“Sports Betting Mentor” is a one way Ticket to Sports Betting SUCCESS - 4.9 out of 5 based on 14 votes
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The best way to succeed is to follow other’s footsteps. Even the footsteps that led to failures too. The advantage you get here is that, you will not have to experience the failure he/she had. You will get to know the steps and make a strategy so that the same don’t happen to you. Get it?

A mentor is not synonymous to the teacher. Teachers teach you from textbooks while mentors teach you from life. A sportsbetting mentor is not the most easiest people to find as gambling refers to all for themselves. People in sportsbetting often keeps their lessons and teachings to themselves. But if you run into one, you are a lucky guy and sportsbetting is a lucky game. understand the math now?

I had mentors too. Not in this particular sportsbetting business but in other stuff. But, mentors may vary but the lesson follows the same principle. I don’t know if I’m very good of a mentor for you to describe how a mentor is like but I’ll give it a try.

I could start the definition by a quote I heard form I don’t know where “haha”:

“ Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime. “


Taking this quote in mind, a mentors role is to teach you:

How to research the sport in an expert way both on the Internet and offline through other forms

What the key figures to look for are when performing your research

Managing your money for long term positive investing

How to effective use multiple sports betting agencies

How to stay focused and motivated

There is a skill set required to be an effective mentor. At the top of the list is to have excellent communication skills, counselling skills, leadership skills, implement a range of learning techniques and to be patient.

Ultimately the expert has to to be willing to become a mentor. If it is forced or if it’s viewed as a chore then the mentor will not be at his best. Frustration, anger and resentment will soon follow if this is the case.

Don’t worry about that last paragraph all too much. If a mentor has decided to take you under his wings, it’s more than likely they have accepted and he’ll accomodate being as effective as he can be.

Does all this talk about mentors make you want to go and get one? Unfortunately mentors can’t be purchased in any of the thousands of shops in Westfields. Luckily there are a few places where they hang out.

  • Sports Betting Forums – This is the best place to find a mentor. Forums are a great place to come across people who are really passionate about a topic. There are heaps of people in these forums though, so it’s best to spend time checking out and separating the experts from the not-so-expert punters

  • TAB Retail Outlets – You can find mentors/experts in TAB outlets – although you are in a place with a lot less people than a forum. It’s like fishing in the ocean(forum) versus fishing in a small little pond(TAB Outlet). You may still catch something, but the quality, the time it’ll take and the experience of the expert many not be as good

  • News Articles – Check out your daily newspaper for sports betting articles. Occasionally when the topic gets mentioned you may have a reporter who calls upon an expert. Once you have the experts name, try a Google search to find ways to connect with the person – through social networks is the best way

  • Blogs – Like the one you’re reading now. The best way to find experts on a blog is through the comments section of posts. If people are open to comunicate they’ll leave an email and/or a URL.

Ok I have found an expert who makes 6 figures a week on sports betting! … now what? Buy them lunch! Buy them a coffee – Be nice to the person. I think it’ll be rude if you were to approach an expert and straight out ask them to teach you. Don’t do that.

Instead, if you find a mentor through a forum, contribute to the threads they’ve started, or reply to a thread they’re in. Add them to Twitter, or add them on Facebook and ask politely that you want to get to know them because you have similar interests!

You’re not there to deceive your new mentor friend, so make sports betting the main topic of discussion. You have to show that you’re really enthusiastic about sports betting and that you’re willing and very eager to learn as much as you can.

If you find the person on a blog or through a news article, try to Google their name – so that you can add the person to Twitter and/or Facebook. The key here is to form a communication channel with the person.


If you would rather try your luck in a little pond (TAB outlet) and if this is more your thing, then it’s just a matter of having good people skills. Become close to the person, find out their name, find out how often and when they make it to the TAB and get their contact number. From here it’s your job to become a good friend to the person.

Eventually you want to ask the question. Once you become good friends you want to ask them to mentor you. You should let them know that you admire their success and that you believe they would be a great mentor.


One of the most important things to this is that you must be willing to become a student. Become a sponge, take in all you can but also give the mentor some space – you don’t always want to be looking over his shoulder. This will just make the experience uncomfortable for him.


If you end up finding a mentor, let me know about your experience in the comments section below. Have you ever mentored someone in the past – and do you want to share the story? Let me know and we’ll make a blog post out of it.


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