A mastermind group requires a quiet, private place where people feel comfortable sitting for two to three hours. Select a spot with room to park that’s safe and convenient for everyone in the group. Mastermind Meeting in a Coffee Shop? With music business mastermind group, I was fortunate enough to have a conference room in […]

By Joe Vitale & Bill Hibbler For a vacation or home remodeling mastermind, you might want to go with five or six couples. For most other types of groups, ideally, you want five to six members. When you have more, meetings can drag on too long. If each member gets 20 minutes and you’ve got […]

Top 7 Questions About Forming a Mastermind Group

June 5, 2010
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What follows are some of the questions I’m asked most often by someone wanting to start or join a mastermind group. 1. What is a Mastermind Group? A mastermind is a group of people, usually five or six in number, that meet to help each other achieve their goals. If it’s a business group, the […]

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Masterminding for Internet Marketers

May 2, 2010

Internet marketing is the primary theme of my former mastermind group, the Wimberley Group. A mastermind can be beneficial for anyone, but there are additional benefits for those who make their living online. Internet marketers usually work out of a home office, which means we tend to be isolated. Our customers and peers are all […]

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Mastermind Groups for Musicians

May 1, 2010

If you’re in a band, in a way, you’re in a mastermind, but I want you to look at this differently. And although there’s nothing wrong with having members of your band in your  mastermind, I recommend forming one with people outside the band. If you’re in a band, the ideal people to form a […]

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