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Mastermind Teleconference

1 hour Mastermind Teleconference with Investors from all chapters of North American REIA!

Conference Number: (843)[masked]

Open Pin: 27259

Members of the mastermind group will not only provide others with sound feedback and advice, but will also receive these benefits from the group.

Some of the qualities we look for in a participant include:

1. Drive and Commitment.

2. Diverse skills & experience.

3. Problem Solvers.

The Power of Masterminding


Masterminding is not brainstorming. It’s not just a few people getting together and generating ideas and coming out with an action plan, although that certainly has its place.

Masterminding isn't networking, either, although many great relationships are built through Masterminding. Masterminding is much, much greater than either of these.

In his book Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill describes the Masterminding principle as having two distinct characteristics:

1. The economic advantages of being surrounded by the advice, counsel, and personal cooperation of a group of people who are willing to lend you wholehearted aid in a spirit of perfect harmony, and

2. The psychic advantage that no two minds ever come together without, thereby, creating a third, invisible, intangible force which may be likened to a third mind.

Magic really does happen when two or more are gathered in the spirit of sharing, supporting, and receiving support. Masterminding was the secret key to success for titans of business like Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell and others who changed the modern world — hey, if it helped these guys, why wouldn't everyonewant to do it? And many of today’s business leaders regularly gather in Mastermind groups to benefit from the powerful group synergies.

Here are the main business advantages of belonging to a Mastermind group:

In Masterminding, challenges are shared and participants are supported by the group. Group energy is used to support and propel participants forward toward individual goals more quickly than could be done on their own.Participants are held accountable for what they say they want to accomplish, in a way that assists in overcoming obstacles and supports what’s important. This accountability alone ensures accomplishment at high levels.Masterminding gives encouragement and builds confidence in a truthful way. Because everyone has the opportunity to both present their own challenges and to listen and assist others, beneficial symbiotic relationships form.Participants are listened to in a safe and non-judgmental environment. This is so rare in business today!Participants have more fun making progress toward goals while others cheer them on to greater results. Ditto here about what’s rare in business — often, we see just the opposite.

Conference Number: (843)[masked]

Open Pin: 27259

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  • rorymiller

    i would love to attend this one but my son is being born maybe i can find time this is a very special day

    September 9, 2013

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