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Mastermind: Case Consultation and Business Development

There is synergy of energy, commitment, and excitement that participants bring to a Mastermind Group. The beauty of Mastermind Groups is that participants raise the bar by challenging each other to create and implement goals, brainstorm ideas, and support each other with courage, respect and compassion.  Mastermind participants act as catalysts for growth, devil’s advocates and supportive colleagues.

The concept of the Mastermind Group was formally introduced by Napoleon Hill in the early 1900’s. In his timeless classic, “Think And Grow Rich” he wrote about the Mastermind principle as:

“The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose, in the spirit of harmony.”  He continues …
“No two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible intangible force, which may be likened to a third mind.”

In a Mastermind Group, the agenda belongs to the group, and each person’s participation is key. Your peers give you feedback, help you brainstorm new possibilities, and set up accountability structures that keep you focused and on track. You will create a community of supportive colleagues who will brainstorm together to move the group to new heights.

You’ll gain tremendous insights, which can improve your business (and personal) life. Your Mastermind Group is like having a objective board of directors.

OUTCOMES:

• Experience, skill and confidence
• Step by step development in your business
• Support & a sense of shared endeavor
• Coaching

How It Works

Two – four participants come together in a 90 minute monthly phone call with me. After a
check-in, followed by some coaching, a topic is discussed. (The topic may be a business issue or a client case). Participants set the agenda. Time is divided between two participants for an in-depth treatment of the issue raised. If the group contains more than two participants, they rotate through the second hour of the call. Participants report learning as much from each other’s issues as their own. The call is supported with a follow-up summary and further resources

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