As you travel further down the road of entrepreneurship you may find it hard to stay productive, focused and on track. Mentors are great at helping you overcome these obstacles, but let’s face it. Most mentors today are now known as coaches and charge a fee for the exact same support you can find in an accountability group.
I was fortunate enough to have a mentor my first year in business but once our year was up finding another mentor (one who did not charge) was like looking for a needle in a haystack. So I tapped into all my social networks from Facebook  to Twitter , from LinkedIn  to my Virtual Assistance Community and what I discovered was an accountability group of like-minded business owners that was the perfect fit for my business.
In fact, I find that the group collectively serves as a mentor, mastermind and professional resource. And more than a few times, they’ve helped me “keep things in perspective” (also known as talking me off the ledge). So much so that I want to share a video with you from some of the experts in my accountability group and what it means to them and their businesses.