Do You Want to Form a Master Mind Group?
If you want to escape the rat race, further your cause, get serious about personal development, weather future economic crises, or all of the above, you want to form a Master Mind group.
Master Mind groups have been around a long time. Andrew Carnegie had Napoleon Hill write about Master Minds in the classic book, Think and Grow Rich. Master Mind groups have made a comeback since the dawn of the Internet.
Master Mind groups provide:
- Mutual support
- Accountability partnering
- Shared Knowledge (the real deal)
- Motivation and Encouragement
- Reality Checks and Objective Guidance
- Shared Networks
- Positive Peer Pressure
- Social “Proof”
- A Sounding Board
- And Much More
If you are in a Master Mind group or if you want to start or join one, I respectfully suggest that you read my series of books: The Black Book of the Master Mind. In “BBOTMM”, I will teach you:
- The best 20 places to recruit for your Master Mind
- The types of people you want to recruit
- The types of people you want to avoid – and WHY. (3rd edition)
- Ways you could run your Master Mind
- How I got recruited by a Master Mind
I put no Law of Attraction or any other fluff material in the BBOTMM. This is a quick, serious and to the point read. If you and your Master Mind group are serious about taking your lives to the next level, you, for sure, will want to read this book.
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David K. Drews
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