As originally discussed in Napoleon Hill's 1937 book "Think and Grow Rich", a Mastermind Group is "a small "group" of like-minded advanced talents who meet periodically for mutual brainstorming/accountability sessions." Under the leadership of a skillful moderator, it is perhaps the single most effective thing that anyone can do to propel their career and business forward.
Atlanta Masterminds is a moderated peer-to-peer group for entrepreneurs and executives of B2C companies looking to dramatically increase their effectiveness - to be better strategists, leaders, marketers, managers - to 'raise their game' to maximize the performance of the businesses and brands they manage.
Atlanta Masterminds will meet monthly to confidentially tackle each members' most complex problems, challenges, and opportunities. Topics focus on anything business related within a consumer marketing context - strategic, marketing, leadership, and organizational; anything that is pressing for you.
If you're dealing with a challenge, more than likely others in your peer group are, or have, as well. Through the experienced guidance of the moderator, the group uncovers solutions to key issues in ways that are difficult to replicate outside of this kind of collaborative environment. Indeed, the adage that 'more heads are better than one' can produce amazing results.
Members learn from each others’ challenges, share best practices, and hold each other accountable in a collegial but powerful way. The group is moderated by an entrepreneur, former SMB CEO, and current chairman of a consumer marketing company with a $150MM+ brand footprint. He has deep brand, management, leadership and consulting experience and is skilled at dissecting complex challenges to identify the key issues to success.
It's not unusual that Mastermind members experience a six figure or more upside in their business performance annually as a result of making better decisions, saving money by minimizing bad ones, by making those around them better, and by generally being more effective in their role. If this is something that you're interested in, then please join us.
For those of you that are itching to utilize this group, I have made this group open for all of you to jump in and host events if you so desire.
Consider hosting a small, low-key 'new members' networking event. This can be done at Panera Bread, Einstein Bagel, Starbucks, or where ever you like.
Just make certain you are on time and are kind to all members you interact with.
Remeber you are responsible for finding your venue.
This is a great way to grow your small business and get in front of new potential customers.
Free free to ask me any question.