Mastermind Communities

“A mastermind group is a peer-to-peer mentoring concept used to help members solve their problems with input and advice from the other group members. The concept was coined in 1925 by author Napoleon Hill in his book “The Law of Success” and described in more detail in his 1937 book, “Think and Grow Rich”. In his books, Hill discussed the idea of the Master Mind, which referred to two or more people coming together in harmony to solve problems. Cooperation through the use of mastermind groups was one of the laws of success that Hill learned studying successful Americans including Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Theodore Roosevelt, John D. Rockefeller, and Charles M. Schwab.”

- Wikipedia

Mastermind Communities

Ongoing

Mastermind Communities are small groups of individuals/business professionals that meet in a protected and confidential environment to support each other in achieving the vision and mission they hold for their life and/or business.

The value of Mastermind Communities includes:

  • A place of belonging, to share in a collective supported space and the ability to have a holistic, 360-degree look at their business, not just by themselves but from others as well.
  • Members who are vision and mission driven.
  • A place where everyone works on their business and not in their business; it is a space separated from everyday life to advance their commitment for an amazing business and a spectacular life.
  • A Mastermind Session where all members can share with each other their goals, aspirations, issues; and draw on the collective brain of the group, to reach resolutions, acquire new knowledge and most importantly, beheld to account.
  • Activities carried out together with the other participants allow for the creation of solid relationships. This has important implications for both professional and personal life; the ‘stories’ of people intersect and intertwine, generating significant impact for personal and professional evolution of those who are part of it from the first meetings.