Greenhorn Thoughts on Finding Advisors and Mentors

No man is an island, and neither is a startup. If you've taken up the task of starting up a company, then you should absolutely be seeking out others to solicit help and feedback from.  Often this leads to the recruitment of advisors and thus the formation of an advisory board and the building of that infamous page on every website with famous or important people from your industry listed as company advisors. 

When you're first starting out, thinking about how you're going to get advisors can be intimidating and overwhelming.  It's always better when you Keep It Simple, so I'd like to show you why this isn't as hard as you think and you should think broader than a few advisors.

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