My Master Mind and Coaching Groups are for leaders who want to challenge themselves to move to the next level of success by surrounding themselves with a high calibre group of peers.
“Surround yourself with people who are going to lift you higher.” - Oprah Winfrey.
You should choose a Master Mind group or group coaching if you:-
Learn best in a group environment
Want to share your development journey with a like minded group of peers
Want to be able to learn from peers and share ideas and best practice
Want to build a network which will provide on-going support for your development
Want a group of peers who can act as a confidential sounding board
“The co-ordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose in a spirit of harmony. No two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible, intangible force which may be called the third mind or master mind.” – Napoleon Hill.
The format of the coaching group or Master Mind will be agreed with the group members but will include a monthly teleconference; between 2 and 4 face to face meetings and an on-line members site. The duration will usually be for 12 months and membership will be limited to 10 people. Members are selected through an application process.
As a result of their membership of these groups, leaders:-
Rapidly accelerate their growth through collaborative intelligence
Breakthrough to new levels of success (get out of their comfort zones)
Build a trusted community in which they can share their fears, vulnerabilities and find ways to get beyond them
Share an environment in which they are challenged and held accountable
Share new ideas and ways of thinking with people who are also working on their business, learning and growing
Monday morning and I am pleased to say I am featured in the telegraph under the lifestyle and wellbeing section, if you have the actual paper then you will probably not miss it with the size dedicated to the picture of myself, you can read it online at the telegraph
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