You don't need in person mentors. Why learn from anyone but the best, and why wait. The best are covered in books. So why settle for someone a little better than you that you happen to have access to, rather than studying past greats?
Similar to why you should not listen to others feedback
This was shown by Napoleon Hill. Imagine what the greats would tell you. Study them. Think.
It is much easier to give advice than to seek it, so why not imagine what someone else would advise you and then do that. You already know the answer, you are just trying to kid yourself
"Just before going to sleep at night, I would shut my eyes, and see, in my imagination, this group of men seated with me around my Council Table. Here I had not only an opportunity to sit among those whom I considered to be great, but I actually dominated the group, by serving as the Chairman."