Learn, Grow and Connect!
Become Part of the Larger Mastermind Collective
My Mastermind Group
In Napoleon Hill's book, “Master Key to Riches,” Hill says, “Every mind needs friendly contact with other minds, for food of expansion and growth.” Hill's ideas on mastermind groups are established to help create an environment that nurtures and supports growth.
One of my biggest learning and growth experiences has been my weekly Mastermind group. Being part of a small group of other like minded people has been an excellent way to learn new things, grow my business and connect with people who inspire me weekly. It has also been a tremendous idea generator and idea killer. What do I mean by idea killer? Sometimes my ideas are not good and my Mastermind Group will let me know. This has saved me a lot of time that could have been wasted on the wrong idea. The group has been a great source of support and inspiration and I start each week psyched with taking my passion and purpose to the next level of success.
How It Works
One lucky person is in the “hot seat.” each week for 45 minutes to one hour where the time is dedicated to this person’s specific query. Maybe you?
This will give you an opportunity to give an elevator pitch, share your problems and get feedback from the larger Mastermind worldwide network. Everyone in the chat can also take the opportunity and connect with others beyond Mastermind Chat and form your own smaller Mastermind Group.
The only rule for the “hot seat participant” is that you believe your query will move your business forward. For everyone else my only rules are that you are friendly, growth-oriented, and willing to share information.
The Mastermind Chat will be on Mondays's at 8PM est on https://blab.im/RealLyleFoxman. Why Monday's? Because the Mastermind group is a way inspire you to do better, set your goals and tasks and get your hustle on for the week. All Mastermind Chat's will be recorded and shared.
Sign up below and I will get in touch with you and put you in the HOTSEAT!!
“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
― Jim Rohn