All your questions about mentorship, answered

Why speak 1:1 with an CRM expert?

Typically, CRM experts charge a high consulting fee if you want them to do the work for you. But our CRM experts are first and foremost, mentors.

This means they work by the “done-with-you” approach, allowing you to learn how to use CRM on your own, eliminating the need for expensive experts or agencies.

CRM mentors will focus on:

  • Cost-effective expertise and support: Because mentors are passionate about helping others, they’ll provide you with support and advice for CRM without the steep fees.
  • Tailored guidance: Your mentor will examine your specific situation and provide step-by-step walkthroughs of CRM’s features.
  • Actionable advice: A CRM mentor won’t leave you with a bunch of nonactionable theory. Instead, they’ll walk you through exactly how to start implementing their advice.

What can an CRM expert do for me?

Most CRM mentors have run hundreds of analyses over their careers. Some have even been using CRM systems since the platforms got their start.

These mentors have the real-world experience you need to give your customer insights an edge.

With a mentor’s advice, CRM functionalities will be less of a black box. You’ll understand what limits your data’s visibility, what can get your analyses flagged, and what metrics and customer interactions tend to resonate better with your audience.

For more advanced users, a CRM mentor can walk you through advanced analytics tactics, detailed frameworks to test hypotheses, and how to manage complex datasets. They can even show you examples of their own analyses so you can learn from them.

So you can get even better insights with less time, testing, and money, regardless of your experience level.

Cost Comparison: CRM Experts vs. GrowthMentor

When it comes to CRM consulting, traditional experts typically charge between $100 to $200 per hour, depending on their level of expertise and reputation. And when you’re already paying for CRM tools, the costs can add up fast, especially for startups who need ongoing support.

In contrast, GrowthMentor offers a much more affordable and flexible solution. For just $99 per month, you get unlimited access to dozens of CRM mentors. This flat monthly fee means you don’t have to worry about hourly rates and dread charges for follow-up calls.

CRM experts:

  • Hourly rates: Typically range from $100 to $200 per hour, depending on expertise and reputation.
  • Total cost: For multiple sessions, costs can quickly add up, making it expensive for startups and small businesses.


  • Monthly rate: $99 per month for unlimited sessions.

Flexibility: GrowthMentor also allows you to connect with different mentors, rather than locking you into an exclusive contract with an expert. You can chat with a variety of experts and learn from their perspectives.

By choosing GrowthMentor, you’ll get continuous, tailored guidance from experienced CRM pros, all without the hefty price tag. Which means you have more in your pocket to put towards your customer relationship efforts instead.

Why should I trust GrowthMentor’s mentors?

Excellent question. After all, the “mentorship” world is full of high-priced consultants, armchair analysts who have never done the work themselves, and outright snake-oil salesmen looking to make a quick buck.

But, there are plenty of experts out there who want to share their experience and knowledge. At GrowthMentor, we’re lucky to have 700+ of those experts.

The secret comes from our vetting process. We not only double-vet all of our mentors so only the top 3% makes it through our process, we also look at their soft skills. Because no one wants a mentor who’s a snob or a jerk.

On top of it, 85% of our mentors don’t charge an extra fee. Why?

The short answer: Because they want to help people.

The long answer is because…

  • They enjoy sharing their knowledge
  • They learn from their mentees
  • They want to be a “force for good” in the business world
  • They want to pay it forward

But don’t just trust our word on it. Hear from the mentors themselves.