MasterMind groups were first described in Napoleon Hill’s 1937 book, “Think and Grow Rich”.
A simple definition of a MasterMind Group from Wikipedia is,”A small club of like-minded advanced talents who meet periodically for mutual brainstorming / accountability sessions.”
Not a bad brief definition, but to fully understand the power in this simple sentence, let’s take it apart a bit more.
MASTERMIND GROUPS ARE SMALL:
Small size is one of the very important keys for making a group work. If the group is too large (as you will find in many other programs), you often can’t get much attention to your specific problem or question. Active contribution should be a requirement for the group, or why bother having people there?
RETIREMENT WOW’S MASTERMIND GROUP IS A MASTERMIND GROUP PLUS EXPERT COACHING:
Simply, a dedication to be part of a group and work together under a set of agreed-upon “rules” or guidelines with a competent retirement coach. More details on this will be discussed at length later. A successful group needs strong, experienced leadership, which our coaches provide.
The group should have something in common, like a sincere concern for their future or a desire for retirement lifestyle improvements. There could, and should, be interests that bond the members together with a strong sense of community – each helping other members of the group.
Your professional retirement coaches will act as group facilitators, helping to band each group together to learn and encourage each other toward a balanced, healthy, and successful retirement life.
The key here is some level of communication. In 1937, when “Think and Grow Rich” was written, members needed to live in the same region so they could get together in person. The Internet has greatly changed all that for the better. Our meetings will be via the internet through teleconferencing, webinars, Skype, and the like. Our Inner Circle Group sessions are held weekly.
Groups work best if everyone participates by putting in ideas, help, and support, rather than sitting quietly on the receiving end.
Brainstorming is the key to actual interaction. The whole idea is to give each other ideas and, most importantly, get synergy by combining ideas.
When you make a commitment to someone else, you’re more likely to actually complete the task rather than just think “someday” to yourself. Examples of tasks that are often put off are “enroll in the evening classes I want to take”, or “develop the new book”, or “quit my job and finally retire.” If you miss too many commitments, the group will call you on it (and they should!).
WHAT CREATES AN EXTRAORDINARY RETIREMENT LIFE FOR YOU?
Life goals in retirement are very personal decisions requiring planning, vision, and direction for the best outcomes (just as you have likely done in the earlier times of your life).
While many find they can master one or even two key areas that contribute to ultimate happiness in retirement; mastering all is rare. It’s common for people to overachieve in one area at the cost of another. Although their bank account may be overflowing, they could be spiritually bankrupt, facing divorce, in poor health, or at a loss for how to balance out the other critical areas in their life.
Retirement Wow’s experienced MasterMind coaches can guide you towards integrating your mental, emotional, spiritual, and financial needs and goals for the best retirement life possible.
THE GOAL FOR MASTERMIND COACHES IS FOR MEMBERS TO HAVE IT ALL!