“It’s hard to approach someone" — a  prospective employer, for example — and say, ‘I want to be an owner,’” confessed Brett Spencer, a 23-year-old masters student in financial planning from Texas Tech University. 

Spencer was one of dozens of his classmates, all wearing bright red Texas Tech polo shirts, at a “speed mentoring” event at the FPA Experience annual conference Thursday in San Diego.

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