Are you part of a private mastermind group?

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I wouldnt mind being part of a group with several other people, maybe 20-100 or so on a similar level of income and knowledge (or more) and share ideas etc. Any ideas?

Im sure there are some private groups out there.
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  • Profile picture of the author Oziboomer
    Originally Posted by Phillip Jackson View Post

    I wouldnt mind being part of a group with several other people, maybe 20-100 or so on a similar level of income and knowledge (or more) and share ideas etc. Any ideas?

    Im sure there are some private groups out there.
    There are many paid private mastermind groups out there but those usually come with a high price tag to keep the quality up and dissuade people who can't afford the entry fee.

    One thing I would suggest if you are trying to get into any type of group is to become a contributor first and help other people.

    Much like this forum really.

    People who are great contributors tend to get more invitations to talk and join with others and this is where I would suggest you start.

    Best regards,

    Ozi
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    I agree with Ozi - but you might also check out the forum section....

    Local Meetups, Mastermind Groups and Warrior Events | Warrior Forum - The #1 Digital Marketing Forum & Marketplace

    to see if there is a group in your area - or maybe try to start your own group of masterminds...
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by Phillip Jackson View Post

    I wouldnt mind being part of a group with several other people, maybe 20-100 or so on a similar level of income and knowledge (or more) and share ideas etc. Any ideas?

    Yes . . . two things.

    Of the private groups I've been a part of, I have learned the most and gotten the greatest benefit from small groups - 15 or fewer . . . more individual attention and deeper personal relationships.

    Also, you don't want the group to be people of "similar income and knowledge" . . . where will that get you?

    Find people that can relate to your current status, but who have broken through the barriers and are enjoying great success. These are the folks that know what it takes to rise above the masses.

    Steve
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