There's a good reason for it, too.
A mastermind group takes the energy, knowledge and support from a group of people working towards a common goal and harnesses it to help members take action. When a mastermind group has a leader, that person is tasked with keeping the group focused, providing them clarity, and facilitating conversations and relationships.
The power of the group is in the people.
With correctly chosen members, and the right leader, the group is a powerhouse.
For therapists, a mastermind group can be an amazing way to find out more about how to run a business, learn a therapy technique, or work on a project. Sociologists know the power of a well-functioning group. This is an amazing way to get tasks done.
What differentiates one mastermind group from another are several things:
- the qualities of the leader of the group
- the experience of the members
- the personalities and values of the members
- the goals of the group
Finding a group to fit you means making sure you jive with these aspects.
When I lead mastermind groups I am very clear on the values and characteristics of my group. I lead groups that are:
- depth oriented
- business focused
My groups start and end with self-care practices to provide a solid foundation for the work we do in between. These activities are life-long practices that benefit the members' businesses time after time.
What kind of mastermind group are you looking for?