Start a Mastermind Group – The 5 C’s of Effective Masterminds

Start a Mastermind Group - The 5 C's of Effective Masterminds

Start a Mastermind Group – The 5 C’s of Effective Masterminds

Mitch Matthews does a deep dive on how to start and run a successful Mastermind Group with The 5 C’s of Effective Masterminds. He answers listener questions on who you should invite, how to get started, how to run an effective meeting and when to stop. Listen in and then start your own Mastermind Group!

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Benjamin Franklin swore by his.

Thomas Edison too.

Napoleon Hill was credited with coining the phrase but the concept has been around since before Socrates.

Mastermind groups.

The idea is simple.

A core group of people who meet on a regular basis with the singular goal of helping and pushing each other to achieve more.

This concept is the secret behind countless successful people from many industries.

The question is: How can you tap into secret and start up your own mastermind group?

That’s exactly what I dig into with this week’s DREAM THINK DO episode.

I take specific questions from DREAM THINK DO-ers from around the world and I walk you through the “5 C’s of Effective Mastermind Groups.”

These are the practical and powerful step-by-step concepts that have helped my own Mastermind group thrive for 10 years!

I want you to have them!  

We’ll talk about:

  • Who you should invite
  • How to get started
  • How to run an effective meeting
  • How to create a supportive environment
  • When to quit (this is important too!)

I think you’ll dig it

If you’ve ever wanted to achieve more in life… but you felt stuck. The Mastermind Group might be the secret sauce you’ve needed!
So let’s get you the ingredients to make it work!

After you’ve listened… let me know what stood out to you. And… let me know if you still have questions on the subject. I’d love to hear from YOU! Leave a comment below and I’ll get back to you.

Keep bringing your awesome.


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