Back in high school, I stumbled across “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill while browsing through a bookstore.
I was intrigued and bought it, and it remains one of my favourite books to this day (I make a point to re-read it at least once a year).
One of the big concepts in TAGR is around “masterminds”. According to Hill, they are:
“Coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two of more people, for the attainment of a definite purpose”.
Hill gave the example of Henry Ford, who had a mastermind consisting of himself, Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, John Burroughs and Luther Burbank (besides Ford and Edison, the others aren’t household names anymore but were big deals back in the day).
Ford’s group often went out into the wilderness for days at a time to connect and brainstorm, and although the masterminds I’ve been involved in have stayed indoors, I’ve found them to be beneficial for my business and personal growth as well …
Another fan of masterminds is Aaron Walker, who has built a successful one called “Iron Sharpens Iron” that has helped hundreds of men over the last few years.
I’ve watched the growth of Aaron’s with interest since he told me about it when it was just starting, so I was excited to see that he’s now teaching others how they can set up and grow successful masterminds for their businesses with “The Mastermind Playbook”.
If you’re looking to scale your business by running masterminds, you should check out the live training that Aaron will be doing next Tuesday.
Here’s the link to register for it: