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If you don't know about mastermind groups, Meet and Grow Rich is a great introduction to them. A mastermind group is a powerful alliance between people who help support and enlighten each other on the road to success. However, it's much more than a support group for like-minded people. Mastermind groups bring together individuals who share the same goals and dreams and work together to achieve them. Though this book focuses primarily on using mastermind groups for achieving wealth and financial freedom, mastermind groups can be developed to focus on almost anythingfrom hobbies to spirituality to personal relationships. The only limit to what you can do with a mastermind group is your own imagination.
Meet and Grow Rich shows you how an effective mastermind group works, how to create and operate one yourself, and how to use it as a stepping stone to finan-cial success. You'll discover how great entrepreneurs like Andrew Carnegie and William Wrigley Jr. used mastermind groups to achieve profound success and how you can follow in their footsteps to achieve your own version of spectacular success.
In addition to comprehensive coverage of the ins and outs of mastermind groups, this complete resource includes tips and tactics from a long list of contributors with firsthand expert knowledge of the subject. No matter what your passionfrom making money to making artyou'll find here all the expert advice and proven guidance you need to form your own inspiring, enlightening, and supportive mastermind group.
"I'm a big fan of mastermind groups. I've used them for over thirty years and know the power they provide everyone in such a group. I'm delighted to see this inspiring, easy-to-follow manual. Read it and follow what it suggests."
—Jack Canfield co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and bestselling author of The Success Principles
"Absolutely the best practical guide to creating, profiting, and growing your business with your own mastermind group. A must-read for anyone who wants to succeed in ANY business!"
—Jim Edwards author and speaker (www.ebookfire.com)
"I have been part of various mastermind groups for over twenty years that have easily made me millions. Without a doubt this book is the most advanced definitive guide to why and how any serious human should be a part of one."
—John Assaraf cofounder, OneCoach (www.onecoach.com)
I am looking to start a Master Mind Group amongst co-workers, and was hoping this book would guide me. Not exactly what I wanted it to be, but still not a bad bookPublished 2 months ago by deitab
Nice guide about Master MInd. Most of the chapters are interesting, but some of them are quite too short, like the lastone (just two pages!). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sixto Gómez
I am actually reading it with my mastermind group, I have to say it was a little disappointing and didn't have as much information as the title promises .Published 9 months ago by Sephora Stone
I knew most of stuff talked about...wish there was more info. However for the used price paid, it was worth having in my libraryPublished 22 months ago by crystal bard
I'm a big believer in the power of the mastermind - in the power of like-minded people coming together to share expertise and experience. Read morePublished on September 29, 2011 by Sharon Michaels
The book laid out the methods of creating a mastermind group very simply. It was an easy read.Published on July 3, 2010 by Linda B. Nerstad
This book not only will tell you why and how a Mastermind group will be a powerful tool for you. It also tells you how to get the perfect group members. Read morePublished on November 20, 2009 by Gary R. Teaney
This is a very comprehensive analysis of Mastermind, in all forms. I personally felt well-informed by this book. Read morePublished on October 12, 2009 by Bonnie Kaye
Very timely information for today's world. I was familiar with MasterMind groups for prayer circles in churches, but hadn't considered it for everyday use and business use such as... Read morePublished on June 30, 2009 by Vickie Shindell