Mastermind Group

What is a mastermind group?
Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich, first defined the mastermind as a “coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or more people, for the attainment of a definite purpose.”
Hill’s concept of the “Master Mind” was inspired by Andrew Carnegie, wealthy steel magnate. According to Hill:
He attributed his entire fortune to the POWER he accumulated through this ‘Master Mind.
The benefits of having a supportive mastermind group are plenty:

1. You have a group of people available to help you succeed.
2. You get the benefit of differing perspectives, input and feedback.
3. Your mastermind team can bring resources and connections to the table you might not have had on your own.
4. You receive accountability and inspiration from the group, thus enabling you to maintain focus in achieving your goals.
Mastermind group will consist of about 6 people who meet once a week, probably at a local Starbucks. Each member will have 10 minutes to discuss their business goals, development, advice, etc. from the group. Weekly goals should be defined for the coming week, as well as share with the group the success or challenges trying to accomplish last week’s goals.
This group’s strength will come from the mutual respect and commitment to each member in the group. Please keep this in mind before you commit yourself to a weekly meeting. If you are not going to be able to attend weekly meetings, please don't sign up.
Thank you
With Love and Gratitude,
Doc
PS Time and location will be voted on once we have a group together

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  • Michelle

    Yes

    June 26, 2013

  • michael J.

    I seem to be lacking the skills to communicate via e mail and text but would welcome a coffee mastermind meeting anywhere on East long Island anytime. I live near Riverhead but have no problem driving "up island" . Regards: Mike Jolin [masked] [masked]

    June 12, 2013

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