You are a mastermind. In fact, we all are. When
Napoleon Hill published his "Think and Grow
Rich" book in 1937 -- the middle of the Great
Depression -- he had no idea it would be just as
relevant more than 70 years later. He
popularized the concept of creating mastermind
groups that have the power of several brains all
in one room, ready to help each other be
successful. I encourage you to read this month's
Know How Network article and this
issue's first article,
The Power of a Mastermind, to learn
more about the benefits that come from helping
others in a mastermind group. If you have a
specific idea in mind, read our second article,
Create Your Own Mastermind Group, to
take the first steps along that path. And find
out more about our online
Mastermind Facilitator Certification Training
course in our
PDU Corner. The key is to bring
people together so everyone can achieve their
goals. As Hill pointed out, "It is literally
true that you can succeed best and quickest by
helping others succeed."
Michelle LaBrosse, PMP, Chief Cheetah
If We Could Mastermind on a Global Scale, I'd
Like to See...
What if masterminding went global? What if small
groups of like-minded people could get together
and solve some of our world's biggest problems.
What would you like to see these mastermind
groups accomplish? Click on the link above, and
Next week. That's when you figure everything
will calm down a bit and it will be a good
time to look for a mastermind group or start
working on one of your own. But why not
today? As Napoleon Hill said, "Don't wait.
The time will never be just right."
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