I’ve been an entrepreneur since I was 11 years old when I started my first business selling lemons and salt as a snack to my classmates (it was a local favorite!)¬†and have had a variety of businesses since. Being an entrepreneur has a lot of benefits, but one of the obstacles can be the challenge of finding a mentor. During a panel on Women In Business, I was asked what my thoughts are on being a mentor to other women as well advice I have for women seeking a mentor. Here’s a quick clip with my response…

Thanks to Startup Stir (including the founders Amie & Aaron) for inviting me to participate in this panel featuring women entrepreneurs!

Startup Stir – http://www.startupstir.com
Aaron Radez
Amie Watanabe

Jessica Skupien – Founder, JSkup Coaching

Other panelists
Kanchan Sachdev Co-Founder & CEO of Kvantum, Inc.
Angie Hilem Founder & President of Heighten Social

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