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When Is A Mentor The Right Move For Your Career?

Posted: September 6, 2019 at 10:03 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Ben & Sarah Nadler from Portland, Oregon, a lifestyle coaching team that provides expert advice to artists, solopreneurs & small business owners so they can get a financial grip joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Ben & Sarah Nadler discuss the following:

  1. How long have you been helping people make their name known?
  2. Do you have any recommendations for listeners who are struggling financially because they have stepped out of the traditional 9-5 model?
  3. When is a mentor a “nice to have” and at what point does it become a necessity to have that expert advice in your corner?
  4. How is mentorship or coaching different for artists & solopreneurs than it is for small business owners?
  5. What really separates you from just downloading an app, or watching live webinars by Grant Cardone or Tony Robbins?

Sarah Nadler is a financial & marketing advisor for artists, solopreneurs & small business owners. Her background in graphic design & social media has helped hundreds improve their net worth and grow their businesses.

A member of CURE and Author of Walking Past Expectations, Sarah has also appeared in the Sierra Leone Times and Quarter Bag for her work with at-risk girls in Oregon and Africa.


Ben Nadler is the inventor of The Financial Grip system of personal money management. A climber with 20 years of experience ascending thousands of rock faces, he leverages the adventurer mentality when analyzing the gap between wealth & expenses so clients can achieve their financial & lifestyle goals. 

Co-founder of Bookpreneurbiz.com, Ben is the editor-in-chief of BookPod: The Indie-Filter Podcast and plays a role in disrupting the publication industry by helping self-published authors make their name known.


Website: FinancialGripJourney.com

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