Young people frequently encounter a range of problems. These may stem from difficulties finding and attracting investment, settling on the wrong aim or strategy, failing to create a clear plan and losing focus, poor resource management, not knowing their customers needs, not properly leveraging technology, the lack of a global vision, limited access to capital, and not having the requisite contacts. These, together with numerous other issues and errors, prevent a business from developing and providing the desired results. Books, articles, courses, and training programmes together provide a knowledge framework. However, they do not allow an individual to view themselves from a new perspective and determine the exact steps to take in a specific situation. The only way to effectively diagnose the issues encountered by a young person is to turn to a more experienced mentor and take a closer look at the environment they work in.