"It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others succeed" ~Napoleon Hill
Savvy business professionals often know that obstacles arise not because of what is wrong but what is missing. What do you feel is missing in your business, practice, or network? Wouldn't you love to find an environment to grow in that is a step above a networking or a leads group? It is our goal to exceed your expectations and for you to develop farther than you thought possible.
Our group looks to connect an assembly of competent professionals in the Parker, Centennial and Aurora communities. Utilizing a mastermind structure, the goal of the group is to empower its members to grow professionally in each member's respective space. We meet bi-monthly on the 2nd and 4rth Tuesdays of each month from 4-5PM. In keeping with traditional group structure, there is professional exclusivity to the group (for example: one attorney, one accountant, one banker, and one real estate professional).
While not a leads group, we encourage one another to provide personal introductions to other people in our community that can benefit from our expertise. In other words, we are advocates for one another in our community. We encourage you to drop in, have fun, and engage in dynamic conversations with people that are passionate in their fields!
(+) What is a Mastermind Group? The concept was developed by Napoleon Hill in his book, “Think and Grow Rich.” The purpose is to “multiply an individual’s brain power and continually motivate positive emotions.”
(+) What processes are utilized by this group? We utilize three mastermind models to help us sharpen our saws. Please utilize the calendar here to find out what model we will use at the next Meetup. The models are:
1) An Accountability Model- Each person is invited to present their status report to the group, focusing on progress and obstacles;
2) Problem Solving Model-Each member is encouraged to present a problem they are facing and get feedback/creative solutions from the others; and
3) A Theme Based Model - A topic is presented (marketing, sales, technology, etc.) and each member brings in a concept and a handout to share with the group.