If you are the smartest person in the room, you’re in the wrong room.

Some smart anonymous person

None of us is as smart as all of us. A good mastermind group gives you different perspectives, keeps you accountable and sometimes points out what should have been the obvious. It can be the difference between failure and success.

What was one of the main secrets of the success of Henry Ford, John Rockefeller and Napoleon Hill?

They knew that none of them is as smart as all of them. So they got together regularly and shared their wins, struggles and challenges.

“No two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible intangible force, which may be likened to a third mind [the master mind].” – Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill was the one of the first to popularise the concept of a Mastermind. Even though it’s an old concept (even Benjamin Franklin belonged to such a group, which he called a Junto), it’s getting more and more traction nowadays because of its pure value.

Who else (from this century) is part of a mastermind group?

Andrew Warner

Mixergy

Charlie Hoehn

Author & Entrepreneur

John Lee Dumas

Entrepreneur on Fire

Masterminds come in many forms and sizes but a good mastermind can massively increase the speed in which you develop your business and as a person.

During the years I have been in many masterminds. Both paid and free. Both formal and informal. Both small and large. And I can tell you that the right mastermind can mean wonders for your business. It can be the best investment you’ll be making in your future.

My masterminds are now all fully booked, but if you want a spot in one of my masterminds just give me your contacts below, and I’ll reach out to you when a spot opens. And if it’s urgent, let me know, and we’ll find a solution.

Contact me to join one of my mastermind groups

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