Business Coach Peoria IL

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Mr. Franklin R. Mooney (RFC®), LUTCF
(309) 682-3314
4617 N. Prospect Road
Peoria Heights, IL
Company
ISI Consulting
Qualifications
Education: Life Underwriting Training Council Fellow (LUTCF), AMTC graduate, Lincoln Trail College,
Years of Experience: 35
Membership
IARFC, MDRT, NAIFA
Services
Invoice, Estate Planning, Business Planning, Portfolio Management, Pension Planning, Executive Compensation Planning, Retirement Planning, Medicaid Planning, Seminars Work, Employee Benefits, Family Offices, Stocks and Bonds, Mutual Funds, CD Banking, Annuities, Life Insurance, Disability Income Insurance, Long Term Care Insurance, Medical Insurance, Group Insurance, Charitable Planning, Healthcare Accounts, Charitable Foundations, Asset Protection, BuySell, Compensation Plans

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Bradley University
(309) 677-2375
1501 W Bradley Ave
Peoria, IL
 
Business Resource Services of Central IL, Inc.
(309) 676-0755
100 SW Water Street
Peoria, IL
 
J V Business Services Inc
(309) 682-7676
3526 N California Ave Ste 101
Peoria, IL
 
AFNI, Inc.
(309) 692-5221
8116 N. Hale Ave.
Peoria, IL
 
Illinois SBDC and ITC at Bradley University
(309) 677-2992
141 Jobst Hall1501 West Bradley Avenue
Peoria, IL
 
Boardroom Bound
(309) 839-1190
1815 W Bradley Ave
Peoria, IL
 
Small Business Development Center
(309) 676-7500
124 Sw Adams St
Peoria, IL
 
Bower Communications
(309) 685-0929
4617 N Prospect Rd
Peoria, IL
 
Beron Consulting
(309) 692-2364
2201 W Townline Rd Ste 1
Peoria, IL
 
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Business Mentors - How And Where To Find Them

Whether we realize it or not, we have all been mentored our whole lives. When we were growing up, our parents mentored us, by providing advice and guidance along the way. Our school teachers also mentored us, by teaching us the things we needed to know. Our college professors and advisers mentored us, by helping us find a direction for our lives, and giving us the necessary tools and roadmap to get there. Our employers even mentored us, by teaching us more and more about our chosen professions. Then, we start our own businesses, and forget that all of our other successes were mentored.

All business owners need business mentors. In the past, mentors were automatically provided, in the forms of parents, teachers, school advisor's, and employers. Now, you must set out to find a business mentor on your own. Unfortunately, most business owners do not know how or where to find business mentors.

The first step to finding business mentors is to expand your social network. Begin by making a list of successful people in your community that you admire. Make it a point to meet these people, and start developing personal relationships with them. Over time, you will be able to ask for their advice in specific areas that they excel in. Get involved in your community. Join clubs and associations that are specific to your business,or your other interests. Start meeting new people, and look for potential mentors.

Some places you might network to find business mentors are seminars, conferences, chamber of commerce meetings, Rotary club meetings, and Toastmasters clubs. You can also find online business mentoring through SCORE at www.score.org . There are several mentoring services in existence that will help connect you with a business mentor. Check with your local Chamber of Commerce to see if any such services exist in your area. You can also find mentoring services on the Internet.

Don't make the mistake of thinking that you can only have one business mentor. You can have one or twenty mentors, each specializing in specific areas. If you think in terms of 'limits' when it comes to mentors, you will be cheating yourself out of valuable knowledge and help.

Building a relationship with a business mentor can take quite a bit of time. These are personal relationships built on a mutual interest, respect, and trust. Such relationships do not grow overnight. You must be willing to put forth the effort, and make the time to find and develop these relationships. Get to know the mentor as a person, not just an adviser. Make it a point to meet with your mentor even when you do not need his or her advice to help build the personal relationship.

Let your mentor know that you really value his or her opinion. They will be giving you helpful advice that would cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars to obtain elsewhere - yet, mentors are not paid. Let them know that you value and appreciate them.

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