PINNACLE MASTERMIND GROUPS
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So, what is a Mastermind group exactly?
Mastermind courses offer a combination of brainstorming, education, peer accountability and support in a group setting to sharpen your business and personal skills. A mastermind group helps you and your mastermind group members achieve success.
Participants challenge each other to set important goals, and more importantly, to accomplish them. Through a mastermind group process, first, you create a goal, then a plan to achieve it. The team helps you with creative ideas and wise decision-making. Then, as you begin to implement your plan, you bring both success stories and problems to the group. Success stories are applauded (loudly!), and the problem is solved through peer brainstorming and collective, creative thinking.
The group requires commitment, confidentiality, willingness to both give and receive advice and ideas, and support each other with total honesty, respect, and compassion. Mastermind group members act as catalysts for growth, devil’s advocates, and supportive colleagues, the essence, and value of mastermind groups.
What a Mastermind is NOT
- It’s not a class. It’s not group coaching. It’s not a networking group.
Napoleon Hill’s definition of Mastermind:
The concept of the “mastermind alliance” was introduced by Napoleon Hill in his book from the 1920s, The Law of Success, and expanded upon in his 1930s book, Think And Grow Rich. While Napoleon Hill called it a “mastermind alliance,” it’s been shortened and modernized to “mastermind group” these days. Mastermind groups have been around since the beginning of time. Even Benjamin Franklin belonged to such a group, which he called a Junto.
Napoleon Hill wrote about the mastermind group principle as:
“The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose, in the spirit of harmony.”
He continues, “No two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible, intangible force, which may be likened to a third mind [the mastermind].”
What you’ll get from belonging to our Mastermind Group:
In a mastermind course, the agenda belongs to the group, and each person’s participation and commitment are critical. Your mastermind partners give you feedback, help you brainstorm new possibilities, and set up accountability structures that keep you focused and on track. You create a community of supportive colleagues who brainstorm together to move the members to new heights.
You’ll gain tremendous insights which improve your business and personal life. Your mastermind group is like having an actual board of directors, a success team, and a peer advisory group; all rolled into one.