How to Start a Mastermind Group
05Jan

How to Start a Mastermind Group

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Anna Runyan

Anna is the founder of Classy Career Girl, named by Forbes as one of the top 35 most influential career sites of 2014. She helps millions of women design and launch their dream careers, businesses and lives through her website, online courses and social media channels.

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Catherine Mowbray-Lorenz - January 10, 2016

Excellent points, Anna. I started a MasterMind group 4 months ago after participating in many, with positive experiences and outcomes. One additional point think is valuable is if you wish to add people to the group, that the whole group approves the new addition, as the synergy must be maintained.

MasterMind groups can be created for many reasons. For writers, artists, corporate executives, for health and fitness goals. Accountability is a crucial component of MasterMinding, as is sharing resources, being respectful, non-judgmental, supportive.

We also rotate the roles of Spotlight, Scribe and Timekeeper every month.

Continued Success!

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    Anna Runyan - January 10, 2016

    What a great tip about rotating who is the scribe and timekeeper! I am going to bring that idea back to my group. Thanks Catherine!!

Niall Doherty - July 21, 2017

How often do you have a call with your group, Anna?

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