Mastermind Groups

Taking part in a mastermind group is a fantastic way to grow as a leader. If you’re unsure about mastermind groups, check out this post to see a few good reasons to join one.

My mastermind groups meet once a week for 60-90 minutes and run for 10 weeks. I host open mastermind groups which are available for anyone to join and I host private mastermind groups for organizations.


Intentional Living Mastermind Group

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$200.00

We all have a longing to be significant. We want to make a contribution, to be a part of something noble and purposeful. But many people wrongly believe significance is unattainable. They worry that it’s too big for them to achieve. That they have to have an amazing idea, be a certain age, have a lot of money, or be powerful or famous to make a real difference.The good news is that none of those things is necessary for you to achieve significance and create a lasting legacy. The only thing you need to achieve significance is to be intentional. And to do that, all you need to do is start. You can’t make an impact sitting still and doing nothing. Every major accomplishment that’s ever been achieved started with a first step. Sometimes it’s hard; other times it’s easy, but no matter what, you have to do it if you want to get anywhere in life.

Everyone Communicates Few Connect

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$200.00

Connecting Increases Your Influence in Every Situation
If you can connect with others — one-on-one, in groups, and with an audience — your sense of community improves, your ability to create team work increases, and your influence skyrockets. People who connect with others have better relationships, experience less conflict, and get more things done than those who cannot connect. Leaders who have learned the art of connection are able to communicate their ideas persuasively, establishing buy-in and attracting followers.

 

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