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Adriana Clifford, Business/Operations Contributor

Adriana is a military spouse with a background in International Business, Operations, and Real Estate Investing. Outside of this, she has a passion for writing, travel and considers herself an avid foodie.

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How Do I Find a Business Mentor or Coach?
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The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official opinions, policies, or positions of StreetShares or any of its affiliates.

$1.02 billion. That is the 2016 valuation of the professional coaching industry in the United States. According to the International Coach Federation the United States has approximately 17,500 coaches actively coaching- and this number continues to grow. With numbers like that, you think it’d be easy to find yourself a professional coach- but it’s often not! In fact, the intimidation people feel seeking the help of a complete stranger is enough to stop them before they start.

Here's the good news if you're the timid kind; coaches and mentors are all about you. You don't need to be a member of a fancy organization to find them either. Whether you have a budget for coaching or cannot spend a cent, we’re about to dive into ways to find one and start changing your life and business.

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Tips for Transitioning From the Military to the Civilian Workforce
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The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official opinions, policies, or positions of StreetShares or any of its affiliates.

Here is the reality: at some point or another, we all get off of the military train. While a bit harsh, I believe in speaking the truth, even if it stings a little. Despite this fact, the chief complaint I received while working with transitioning veterans was that they do not feel prepared for the road to civilian life. Sure, you will go through transition classes, meet with transition counselors, and practice going on job interviews, but what if you could do more? What if I were to tell you there are things that YOU can do right now that would help ease the transition and help you get ahead of the curve. Things you could do where you aren't waiting on anyone else. Interested? I thought so...

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