Tue, Nov 07|
Zoom Virtual Mastermind
Virtual Mastermind (Fall 2021)
How would being a part of a growth-minded community of successful leaders impact your personal and professional life?
Time & Location
Nov 07, 6:46 AM – 6:51 AM
Zoom Virtual Mastermind
About the Event
During this six-session virtual mastermind, you will experience the influence your environment has on your success by surrounding yourself with a group of like-minded, growth-oriented successful individuals. We will meet virtually every other week and unpack chapters from John Maxwell's book Developing the Leader Within 2.0 and Jeff Henderson's book Know what you are FOR!
MEETING TIME: Wednesday at 10 am CST (Dates: 10/20, 11/3, 11/10*, 12/1, 12/15, and 12/29)
*Break in the frequency of every other week.
Participating will raise your level of awareness in growth principles, you will learn real-life practical application of these principles from the instructor and other group members, and you will strengthen your personal and professional network.
DON'T MISS YOUR OPPORTUNITY FOR THIS UNIQUE EXPERIENCE.
What is a Mastermind?
The Mastermind Group is a process made famous in the 1930s by author Napolean Hill who spent 20 years interviewing and meeting 25,000 people to discuss the principles of success, achievement, and personal growth. Five hundred of those people were the most recognized leaders, innovators, and creators of their time, names like Rockefeller, Edison, and Ford. Hill identified 13 principles to the secret of achievement, and one of those was the mastermind. A group of intentional, like-minded people all come with a common purpose to themselves and each other. The common purpose to themselves is whatever their life purpose, vision, and goals are. The common purpose to each other is to add value, lift each other up, and contribute. In fact, the meetings' success is determined not by what the members get but by what the members contribute.
To do that, it takes each member coming to the sessions with three things:
- A servant's heart – A willingness to have premade the decision they will contribute when there is an opportunity to share an insight or takeaway.
- They must come with an open mind - That anything is possible.
- Lastly, come with a beginner's mind.
In Erik Hoffer's book, True Believers, he said, "in times of change the learners inherit the earth while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with the world that no longer exists." Are we in a time of change? Most definitely. During times of change, learners, people who are willing to discover and explore not just new things about the world but about themselves as well, will succeed. "Where the learned find themselves equipped to deal with the world that no longer exists." When we have the mindset that we already know all the answers, we limit and stunt our growth. The fact is the world is going to change.