I felt like I was getting stuck—same events, same struggle to bring in new association members, same challenges with retention. It wasn’t until I was able to lean on the other group members in my Club Masterminds group that change started to happen. By sharing their experiences, I learned from their mistakes and successes. I don’t know what life would be like without it.
Napoleon Hill’s ground-breaking book, Think and Grow Rich, (1937) describes a Mastermind Group as, “The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose in the spirit of harmony.”
Club Masterminds catapults this paradigm into the Restaurant, Club, Hospitality and Small Business Industries. We bring together impressive individuals with commonalities who meet on a regular basis and push each other to succeed. Club Masterminds inspires its members to share successes, receive feedback about challenges, brainstorm new possibilities and commit to being accountable to the group. It’s a confidential community of supportive colleagues who will motivate you to new heights.
FDR, Andrew Carnegie, Bill Gates all participated in mastermind groups, tapping the power of this collective intelligence…