The key to finding mentors

If you want to find the right mentor you need the right attitude, says Moshe Teitelbaum, founder of fintech startup SHTAR

29 June 2020 • 3 minute watch

Humility and a willingness to learn are vital to finding mentors and accessing experience that will save you months of needless hard work. That’s the advice of Moshe Teitelbaum who has developed and exited from multiple startups and is now part of the Barclays Rise fintech community in New York.



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