Wednesday, March 30, 2005

The magic of your mastermind

Have you ever heard of the saying "Two heads are
better than one?"

It seems obvious doesn't it?

When it comes to creating a life you truly want,
having a 'mastermind' to help you is a must.

No, I'm not talking about owning a super computer!

A mastermind is simply two or more people who
share similar dreams, goals or aspirations.

Its purpose is to keep the group focused on what they
really want.

If you don't already belong to a mastermind then you're
making things tough on yourself.

Its hard enough struggling with all those normal day
to day commitments as it is.

With all of life's distractions pulling at you it takes
discipline and support to achieve your dreams.

Having people who understand what you want and are
willing to share their experience with you is invaluable.

Because what influences you is CRUCIAL to your success.

*** How To Form A Mastermind ***

First, you need to get clear on what you really want.

Then go and find people with similar aspirations.

That's actually quite easy.

The Internet is packed with forums, discussion groups
and websites dedicated to what you're interested in.

And I'm willing to bet if you search locally offline
you'll find a whole heap of other people too.

Look in magazines, newspapers and bookstores.

Once you find people with similar goals to yourself,
arrange to talk to each other with the intention
of forming a mastermind group.

Then you can meet regularly in a chatroom,
use email, talk on the telephone or meet in person.

The goal of the group is simply to help one another
achieve their dreams with support, ideas and advice.

Its about sharing.

Remember "two heads are better than one".

Until next time,

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At 7:54 AM, Hiren said...

Very true.Its better to find people who both supplement and complement your abilities. The chances of success improve considerably. But defining what one wants exactly can be the most difficult part.


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