When asking a mentor whether you should make a tough career move, be clear and honest. Present objective information without editorializing or revealing your biases. That way, you increase the odds of getting the most meaningful advice. If you skew the facts, you may be told what you want to hear rather than what’s best. Remember: A good mentor will tell you what you need to hear.
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