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Entrepreneurs * Professionals * Executives * Managers 

MindHub is a new society for our modern age of entrepreneurs, of self-starters, of dreamers and visionaries, and of hard workers. We have chapters in Toronto, Waterloo, and Niagara.

What you will get by joining now:

• Sage advice from trusted mentors who have "been there"

• Personal development in leadership, speaking, and teaching

• A channel to help others by sharing your life lessons

• Methods to live life at peak performance and on your own term

• No obligations or preparation: just drop in to spectate or participate. 

>>>>>>>>>>>> FAQ <<<<<<<<<<<<

Q: What happens in a meeting?

A: Members introduce themselves and describe any business or personal challenge they are facing. A few members give prepared presentations on topics like productive living, leadership, and entrepreneurship, which is followed by open discussion. We learn, we make interesting friends, and we enjoy it.

Q: How do the Mastermind groups work?

A: Members are also encouraged to form smaller groups of 3-6 people. They’re often in a similar industry, or have similar goals, and get along well together. Everything discussed in this smaller “Mastermind” group is confidential, and the members can meet right after the large meeting, or any other time on their own. They help each other make plans, get things done, and stay motivated. This is where you can discuss more personal or difficult challenges.

Q: How does our Youth Leadership program work?

A: Group presenters are given the opportunity to present their topic to student clubs and classes at a local high school. This encourages entrepreneurship and the next generation of community leaders. Members enjoy this chance to give back, volunteer, and improve their speaking skills. 

Q: Is this a business networking group? 

A: No, don't join if you're looking for new customers within our group. 

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