Hill's book is a must-have for internet marketers!
Most people who immerse themselves in business, whether it's an internet marketing enterprise or a brick and mortar affair, have at least heard of Napoleon Hill and his book, "Think And Grow Rich." It's the book many of us cut our business teeth on and got us thinking about our possibilities.
Napoleon Hill introduced me to the idea of masterminding. The concept is a deceptively simple one. He and a handful of his cronies met for dinner every Saturday night and problem solved. Each contributed to the others' success. As chronicled in his book, Hill and all his mastermind friends became gigantic successes in the business world.
Another gigantic success, Jeff Wellman , put mastermind groups into place in his business, too. He was determined that his coaching students would be successful. He personally moderated these groups in the beginning. As his partners, Dixie Brown and Paul Counts came aboard his sailing ship, each of these groups has taken on a life of their own. They meet regularly and eagerly. Each participant is encouraged to share their projects to glean ideas and suggestions from their mastermind partners. These are not dinner meetings. Cyberspace dictates that we can now "meet" by telephone and/or the world wide web.
You may want to bring in some money; even some rapid cash. You might like to partner with someone to make money online. Perhaps you dream of having your own coaching program, or any number of other enterprises that would accommodate your earning a living, teaching others how to make money from home, how to have better skills for a favorite sport, or how to raise kids without going mad.
I was recently informed that mastermind groups can happen even without phones or computers. Yes, it's true. You can "invite" Napoleon Hill or Jeff Wellman or anyone whose business acumen you admire to consult with you. You call them to you, allowing their energy to permeate the ethers, mix with your own, and you can "pick their brain" to help you solve your problems, just the way Napoleon and his friends did it around a dinner table.
I know. It's much easier to find or create a physical mastermind group. If that is something that trips your trigger or you'd like to learn more about just CLICK HERE.
You know you are welcome to post your comments...if you have participated in a mastermind group we'd love to hear about it!