Have you ever wanted to get advice from only the best in your field?
Have you ever wished you could get guidance and feedback from someone who's "been there, done that"?
Mentor Pass is a website that provides access to exclusive mentorship sessions from top experts in various industries.
If you're looking for exclusive access to the world's top professionals, allowing you to pick their brains for advice, while getting feedback and guidance on anything you're working on, then Mentor Pass is the website for you.
In this review, I’ll take an in-depth look at what Mentor Pass offers, how it works, the type of mentors you can expect to find, and whether it's worth the investment.
Let's get right into it.
What Is Mentor Pass?
Mentor Pass is a website that provides exclusive access to the world's top professionals, allowing you to have 1-to-1 mentorship sessions with them online.
Founded by Kenny Hanson, Mentor Pass gives you access to hundreds of experts, ranging from founders of successful startups, to world-renowned investors and CEOs of brands you've definitely heard of.
In other words, there's a mentor on Mentor Pass for everyone.
With over 200 different experts available (and more joining the ranks) in a wide range of fields and industries, finding the right mentor for your specific needs is easy.
Each mentor has their profile page, with information about their experience, what they can help with, and how much they charge per session (more on the website's credit system later).
Categorizing Mentor Skills
Some of the skills found on Mentor Pass include:
There is a big focus on eCommerce products within the DTC markets, so if this is something you want help with, finding a mentor on the platform will not be difficult. That said, there's a wide range of skills and experience available, so whatever you're looking for help, chances are good that you'll find the right person for you.
Some of the top mentors include Nik Sharma, CEO of Sharma Brands, Anne Mahlum, Founder, Owner, and CEO of [solidcore], actor and model Patrick Schwarzenegger, and many more.
With the ability to filter mentors quickly based on the skills they offer, finding the right one for you is quick and easy.
When you click on a mentor's picture, you will be taken to their profile
This is where you can learn more about their experience, what they're currently working on, and why they decided to become a mentor in the first place.
Mentor Bio And Areas Of Expertise
The bio pages are also where mentors list the topics they're most passionate about and experts in.
For example, Kenny's bio shows that he's an expert in Customer Development, Founder Coaching, No-Code, and Go To Market strategies. As such, Kenny would be a great choice if you're looking for a mentor who can help you with any of those topics.
Next up, you'll see the days the mentor is available. The time slots will be shown once you click the Book Session CTA button.
Booking A Meeting
Here you'll be able to input what the agenda for your call should be, what objectives and key results (OKR) you want to achieve, and how long you want the meeting to be - typically, this will be either 30 or 60 minutes long.
You'll then choose the day and time you want to talk.
You can also read reviews from others who have been in coaching calls with the specific mentor you’re considering. This is a great way to get an idea of what it's like to work with a mentor before you book a session.
Remember that not all mentors will have reviews yet, as the website is still relatively new.
Further on down the profile, you'll be able to see a more in-depth experience section for the mentor. Resembling a traditional resume, this is where mentors list their previous employment, education, and other relevant experience to the areas of mentorship they specialize in.
Finally, the Publications section is where mentors can list any articles they've written or other content they have created that's relevant to their mentorship.
This is yet another way to get an idea of their knowledge and expertise in a particular area before booking a session.
Setting Your Objectives
When you book a call with a mentor, you can input what your objectives and key results (OKRs) are for the meeting.
This helps to ensure that you're getting the most out of your meeting and that the mentor can help you achieve your specific goals. It also allows the mentor to prepare for the call in advance, so they can be sure to cover all of the topics you want to discuss.
The sessions menu shows you the upcoming requests and past sessions you have booked.
This is a great way to keep track of your mentorship journey and see how much progress you've made over time with every meeting.
A cool feature of MentorPass is that you can invite your team to join in, and they will have access to all of the same features and benefits.
This is a great way to ensure that everyone on your team gets the mentorship and support they need to reach their goals. It also allows you to share knowledge and experience within your team, as you can discuss the lessons you've learned from your mentors over various calls.
The Credit System
When it comes to billing and credits, you can connect your Stripe account to easily purchase credits.
You can pay either monthly or quarterly, with the latter giving you a discount on the credits you get.
You can also roll over 50% of your unused credits to the next month.
On the other hand, if you pay monthly, the pricing is as follows:
In this case, you can roll over 20% of your credits to the next month.
Getting started with Mentor Pass is easy. With a few clicks, you can book a session with a mentor that suits your needs and start working towards your goals.
Whether you want to improve your career, start a company, save time or money, or learn new skills, Mentor Pass can help you do it. With a wide range of mentors to choose from and a flexible credit system, Mentor Pass is the perfect solution for anyone looking for guidance.
So what are you waiting for?Sign up today and start reaching your potential!
Last Updated on September 20, 2023 by Hanson Cheng