How to thrive without a mentor

06/27/2013 | TheDailyMuse.com

It can be difficult to find a mentor, but there are still ways you can get good advice and improve your skills without one, Bea Arthur writes. "[L]ife lessons don’t only come from senior executives. In fact, contacts in your field, co-workers, and even people you think you’re in competition with can be very useful," she writes.

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