How Do You Choose Your Team Players For Your Mastermind Group?

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I do have my own mastermind group, 2 in fact.

It was not easy to form a group as we formed it only after getting to know one another after 2 years or so.

For us, our criteria is the team must be a team player and good attitude. Of course, we also look at how our strengths can complement one another such that the whole group move as one.

How do you choose your team mates for your mastermind group?

What are the qualities you look for before they can join your team?

Is experience more important that personal characteristics? Or they are some other qualities that you see as more important such as individual strengths or weakness, attitude and so on.

Would love to hear from you. =)

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