What do King Arthur, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Andrew Carnegie, and Napoleon all have in common? Each of them belonged to groups called Masterminds, or brain trusts. The term was originally coined back in 1937, but the concept has survived the test of time. By surrounding yourself with like-minded individuals, each coming into the conversation with their own thoughts, perspective, and motivations, the overall group can lift themselves to a higher level. You don’t need to wear a crown or command an army to be in a mastermind group. Average people every day meet and discuss their careers and personal lives within constructive, judgment-free zones.

Do you find yourself going to work each day without direction? Do you feel like you are the only person in the world with the problems you’re facing? A mastermind group would help you push forward. This presentation will discuss how to join or organize a mastermind group, including meeting structure and timing. What are the do’s and don’ts? How can every member benefit? Come to learn and take your career to the next level.

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Joe Ferguson at 09:20 on 6 Sep 2018

Fantastic talk that really changed how I look at mentoring and what could be accomplished via a mastermind group.