Do Masterminds work?

You might ask yourself if Mastermind groups really help. I was in the same position exactly a year ago, and I wasn’t quite sure about the answer. I knew that I have to surround myself with the right people. But I wasn’t quite sure how and where to find them. Today, I think I can provide myself and you with an answer that makes sense and is actionable.

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What is a Mastermind

Before I can tell you where to find a Mastermind group, I will explain my definition of a Mastermind. Maybe you have something else in mind, and you read into my post for something you aren’t looking for.

A Mastermind group is a group of people (at least two people) who talk about personal growth and business growth. They pursue a similar passion that you connect with each other and hold each other accountable. If there are people on there that a little bit further in life than you are, that is even better but not necessary, in my opinion.

How to find a Mastermind

Ever since I started listening to podcasts and different Youtube videos, I knew I needed to find a group I can join. Even if it cost money to gain access to the group. I need to be honest here, I tried it out and paid $6K for one Mastermind that was misleading and not worth joining. Another time 5 months later, I paid $2.5K to get access to a specific group. And it turned out that the group was not for me either.

Then, I started to think, what if I create my own Mastermind group but fail at first. By the way, you can apply & join my community at This community is for young entrepreneurs who recently started to get into side hustles and want to expand their hustle to function as their primary source of income. The price point is less than Netflix and gives you as much entertainment as Netflix does. The only difference — You will connect with great people and expand your network. You might be able to support a peer entrepreneurs as well.

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Build your own Mastermind Group

Besides my Mastermind community, there’s a different way you can start to find a Mastermind, and it’s the same way as I did. Attend to events that grabbed your attention. Connect with people and eventually bond with one or two individuals. If there is mutual interest in each other’s life, you can approach them to get on accountability calls. 

Once you have two to three people you talk to regularly, you can introduce them to each other and hop on an accountability call once a month or so.

Joining an Existing Mastermind

As previously mentioned, I do not believe in high ticket Masterminds any longer. Especially if you aren’t familiar with the environment and dynamic of a Mastermind in general.

You most likely find a group that will not suit you simply because you don’t know what you are looking for.

Although some Gurus will sell you the dream you can find within their group, you have to make an investment to get where you want to be. While that statement is true, but they consider money as the only investment. I talk about investment in terms of mentally, physically, and financially. You have to get to know yourself first, and when you see what you are looking for, you are better of saying no to those you don’t want to deal with, to begin with.

Do Masterminds help?

The short answer is yes. If you know where you want to go, you definitely need to join a group. They will encourage you to do better than yesterday, and you will find yourself in the space of inspiration and motivation. You become what you surround yourself with the most. So for that being said, find out what you want to achieve, and then look for people who can support you with that and how you can contribute to their goals.

I hope that helped one or two people, and I see you tomorrow.

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