Are mastermind groups for you? Yes! Absolutely! I am massive fan of them now and I didn’t even know what they were before Lockdown.
Mastermind Groups are people who are in the same space as you and can offer support or professional encouragement to you. They offer a combination of brainstorming, education, peer accountability and support in a group setting to sharpen your business and personal skills. A mastermind group helps you all achieve success. Members can challenge each other to set strong goals, and more importantly, to accomplish them.
Who are we and What do we do?
We are a little group of four coaches and one sales person who meet every week and chat about all the things that matter to us.
We have had topics on:
- Athletic coaching vs. Business Coaching
- Bomb Bomb – the tool for video messaging
- Red Team Thinking Training
- Getting more out of Linkedin
- and loads of other stuff
Steve is a professional coach, hypnotist and public speaker. He does voice over work, he speaks at funerals and he once… was a Stormtrooper in the first Star Wars film. Steve has such gravitas and I would recommend him to C Suite clients who want to think about their personal happiness.
Karina is a coach and works with Steve for Unlimited Potential (the people who brought us together). She has worked in TV and is founder of the Mindset Cafe. She is friendly, warm, and completely uncomplicated (my highest form of compliment). But she is determined to get the best out of her clients.
Robyn or Dr Robyn to her friends is American and commits to getting up at some awful hour to speak to us in Europe every Tuesday. She has been a top level athlete and she can speak to those very driven people and achieve the last 1% like no other coach.
David is part of an organisation that make videos for organisations. They do animated shorts to explain what you make or do and then you can advertise with them. But David offers the real world examples to the group. Makes sure we aren’t disappearing into circles of self doubt or self congratulations. He is the anchor of the group and makes us better.
How do you go about setting one up?
Call your colleagues. Ask if people want to join your group. Max 5 I’d say. Easy as that!