CEO Mastermind Group
The concept of Mastermind Groups was first introduced by Napoleon Hill in his book called “Think and Grow Rich”. He explained that, “The coordination of knowledge and effort between two or more people who work towards a definite purpose in a spirit of harmony… No two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible intangible force, which may be likened to a third mind”.
Many famous and successful people have been part of a mastermind group.
In 1727, Ben Franklin formed a mastermind with twelve tradesmen, named The Junto.
From 1915-1924 The Vagabonds was a mastermind that included Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, John Burroughs and Harvey Firestone.
In the 1930’s, The Inkling was a mastermind group that included writers C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien.
In the 1950’s, Warren Buffet started the Graham group with other business leaders.
The Importance of Mastermind Groups
The CEO Mastermind runs for 12 months, once a month for 3-4 hours each meeting.
It meets both in person and by teleconference, so no matter where you are you can access the meeting.
There will be a maximum of 10 members in the group.
- You will be asked to sign a confidentiality statement, so everyone can feel secure that their ideas, conversations and documents remain private.
What You Get When You Join The CEO Mastermind Group:
Access to a group of peers to help brainstorm and evaluate ideas
Relevant information and learning around leading a company or your own business
Honest feedback to get unstuck, solve problems, and make decisions faster
Personal accountability to ensure you implement your plans and reach your highest potential
Networking and help from others with a different perspective
Discover and address possible blind spots in a safe environment
Accelerate your personal growth by connecting with other high achievers
A team of personal advisors who have your best interest in mind.
Mastermind Group Members are Hand Selected
All potential members are interviewed to ensure that they have interests that match the rest of the group:
Serious about personal and business success
Open to new ideas and brainstorming
Looking to be held accountable to set and reach goals
Willing to help other members
Currently have relevant experience/skillsets to help the group
Just ONE great idea, relationship, or expensive mistake avoided, can pay for your dues