How To Start Your Own Mastermind Group
- Business Owner or Business Professional
- Desire For Business and Personal Growth
- Desire To Help Others Succeed
- Desire To Continually Learn and Grow
A true Mastermind group is a way for a business owner or business professional to not only grow their business, but to grow personally. Being part of a Mastermind group is like having your own dedicated team of people who's only goal is to help you succeed. What business owner wouldn't want to be part of something like that? By sadly, most business owners don't even know what a Mastermind group really is, let alone be a member of one.
A good Mastermind group can be hard to find and most Mastermind groups that you do find are not really Mastermind groups, just referral or networking groups in disguise. Why not start your own mastermind group, one that can help you grow your business (and yourself) in ways you could never do alone.
In this course I will teach you how to start your own Mastermind group and how to recruit high quality members. I'll also show you why starting your own Mastermind group is the key to growing your business as well as yourself as an entrepreneur. I also share my personal experiences as being part of several Mastermind groups over the past 10 years as well as starting my own successful Mastermind group.
Benefits of a Mastermind Group:
Having your own private board of directors who are dedicated to helping you succeed
Being able to speak candidly about your most pressing business issues and concerns without fear of judgement
Having a group of peers to talk to with no agenda but to bring the best out of you
Surrounding yourself with other serious business owners who want are seeking business and personal growth
Who this course is for:
- Business Owners
- Business Professionals
Gary Shouldis has been providing web marketing and consulting services for small businesses and franchises since 2007. He is the founder of the online marketing agency 3Bug Media, with a blog reaching over 20K small business owners a month. He is an avid blogger and is frequently interviewed as a small business expert on sites such as Business Insider, Small Biz Trends, The New York Times and Glass Door.