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Three times a year, I get together in person with my two mastermind groups. Last week was one of those times, and it was nothing short of amazing.

The entrepreneurial game can become increasingly lonely and competitive. To get ahead (and stay there), you need to surround yourself with the collective brain power and support of incredible people.

If you can’t be in one of my masterminds (there’s always a waiting list), then start one of your own (like I did).

Because to build and sustain a robust online business, you MUST be in a mastermind. 

This video tells you why.

A Memorable Mastermind Week

Last week was absolutely extraordinary. It was my Mastermind week, an event I get to participate in three times a year with my two Mastermind groups. This time around, we gathered in my hometown of Durango, Colorado. It was the kind of week that recharges you and propels you forward in your business and life. It's a tremendous experience to be surrounded by a group of immensely talented individuals, all there to support each other. That's the true essence of a Mastermind.

Reflecting on the Meaning of Mastermind

It's become somewhat fashionable to label high-end offers as “Masterminds,” but if we consider the origins of the term, as explained by Napoleon Hill in “Think and Grow Rich,” a Mastermind is a group of people coming together to support each other. Imagine being in a room with 30 to 40 incredible online entrepreneurs, each bringing their unique skills to the table. When you're grappling with a problem or an opportunity, the collective brainpower of this group focuses on helping you. I've successfully run 46 of these two-day meetings across my two groups over 13 years, and I believe I've cultivated one of the greatest Mastermind groups in the industry.

The Origins and Evolution of My Mastermind

When I started the first group in 2010, I wasn't necessarily looking to create a high-ticket offer or make money. I recognized that to stay competitive, I needed a band, a group of people I could collaborate and create with. This is why I initiated my Mastermind. Since then, our group has developed deep relationships and has weathered the fluctuations in the online ad space and the rise of AI, always staying ahead of the curve. Being part of such a powerful group, full of entrepreneurial prowess, is like having a crystal ball into the future of the industry.

Staying in the Game

This entrepreneurial game can be a lonely one. As your business grows and your results improve, it can feel increasingly isolating. But being in a supportive group like a Mastermind can keep you in the game for the long haul. If you're a business owner within the range of $300,000 to $30 million, and you're interested in being part of such a group, feel free to reach out. I am incredibly proud of my Mastermind groups, but more than that, I am thrilled that I got to spend a fulfilling week with them. We have a saying in both groups, “It's good to be us.” I couldn't agree more.

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6 Replies to “A Bunch of Entrepreneurial Badasses (How Was Your Week?)”

  1. Anna McKinlay

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    Totally inspiring! The Mastermind concept, executed well, with the “right” people in the room can be a total gamechanger. Thank you Jeff

  2. Laura Umansky

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    Love this! A mastermind group is so valuable to grow your business and support other entrepreneurs. Interested in joining yours. Add me to the waitlist! It’s good to be us 😉

  3. Awesome Jeff! Thanks for the reminder. We are starting to feel the loneliness like we haven’t felt before. We are in the Residential Appraisal profession and run a fantastic membership and have a program we sell to Appraisers. This past year with the slow-down in Real Estate and now the recent introduction of AI Appraisers are scared now more than ever. My husband and I are just trying to figure out how to best serve our group and continue moving forward through these changing times. Joining a Mastermind will certainly help us, for some reason that hasn’t been on our radar. We make a nice living but we’re not in your $$$ bracket… yet! We’ll find another one to join.

    Also, your hair “style” is great, not sure if you style it that way or just wake up and get to work, but it hits the mark!

    Thanks for all the great content!

  4. Hello, Jeff. I am putting together a mastermind and would love any tips about creating and running them that you have.
    Thank you.

  5. Thanks for reporting in on your experience. You seem to have a special glow of happiness after your mastermind week. Something for me to think about, surely, of creating or getting in a good one.

  6. Jeff, when you initially started the mastermind, your business part of the conversation right? And I’m guessing it was free to participate?
    I’m wondering at which point did you switch to the paid version of the mastermind and did you become a facilitator only? Or do you still share challenges from YOUR biz for the group to help you with? Or is it focused solely on the participants businesses?

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