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Hi John! I agree with you: Answering questions seems to be much easier when we know what we're going to be asked! In your case here though, I think it's important to point out that the any questions you will be asked on this site will be pointed towards the issues that you are seeking assistance with. Typically, questions will be probe into any challenges or goals that you are seeking assistance with. I hope that helps! Don't hesitate to pm me! - Henry
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Having a number of mentors can be confusing unless they are in specific areas. Each professional will have their way of doing things.
They will also determine their own set of questions that they will ask you. That can't be stated initially because when you meet your mentor, you will commence a business and professional relationship. The questions occur because of the information you give and then you can get into action.
However, prior to getting into action it is essential that you think about what you want to do, develop a plan and then establish a framework with which to assess how effective your current systems and processes are.
A good solid mentoring relationship can hold you in good stead and you will learn much.
Good luck with it all.