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What is a Mastermind? 

A group of like-minded experts who use the brain power of the group to help solve problems. Some of the greatest minds of our time were part mastermind groups - formal or informal - that helped propel them forward. 




Dorothy Parker and the Algonquin Round Table 

In the 1920s, writer Dorothy Parker and a mix of artists, actors, writers and humorists met each day at the Algonquin Hotel in New York City for lunch, prompting a decade-long flood of witticisms and writings in publications across the country.


Franklin Roosevelt and the Brain Trust

During his first presidential campaign, Franklin Roosevelt formed a group of trusted advisors, called the Brain Trust. The group of economists and university professors gave Roosevelt insight on economic and social problems facing the nation.


Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference

The SCLC helped organize many campaigns in the south during the Civil Rights movement. Their goal was to coordinate and support nonviolent direct action in the southern United States, in an effort to end segregation. 


Thomas Edison and the Vagabonds

Started as a fun camping trip to the Everglades, Edison and inventor colleagues realized the value of hanging out with other experts. Between 1915 and 1924, the group met frequently to discuss ideas, innovation, business ventures and trends. 




Leaders throughout time have seen the value of colleagues discussing trends, ideas, current events, business ventures, and challenges. The great news is, you can be part of a mastermind group today. No need to try to find your own tribe or discern what your mastermind group should look like. It's all done for you. All you have to do is show up and be ready to share. 


What are the benefits of being in a mastermind group? 

  • Community 

As solopreneurs, we work on our own many times. We need the help and guidance of colleagues. 

  • Accountability 

When we set ourselves up to be accountable for goals, they're more likely to happen. 

  • Access to experts 

Tapping into a brain trust helps us harness the expertise of everyone in the group.

  • Safety 

Masterminds create a safe space to share real issues, without being judged. 

  • Resources 

Each mastermind brings a select group of resources tailored to your business needs.

  • Guidance 

Each expert brings their best practices, advice and insight to the group. 

  • Energy 

Groups of like-minded experts foster excitement and collaboration that propel you forward.  

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A group business meeting.
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Mastermind groups are a great way to build your tribe and hold yourself accountable for your goals. It's like having your own personal advisory board! Mastermind is a community of 6-8 entrepreneurial professionals who are smart, driven, and committed to growth. We meet once a month to solve challenges, offer guidance, and reach our highest career potential. We create a safe space for you to share personal and professional issues.

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