What This Mastermind Is:
A small and dedicated group of Internet Marketers who are building virtual business like authority blogs, e-commerce sites, and mobile apps to share their challenges and successes, provide and solicit feedback, and keep one another accountable.
Who This Mastermind Is Not For:
People looking for larger groups, people who want to casually attend a meet up, people who are looking for education-based meet ups: Bill at WebPageFX and Mike at Web Talent Marketing run great meet ups that do this. I’ve got mixed feelings about agencies and freelancers; I do this kind of work too, but this business faces different challenges than a virtual business.
Beginning: Each person, one-by-one, talks briefly about their goals from the previous meeting. -Approximately 20 minutes.
Middle: A predetermined person in the “hot seat” shares, in detail, any number of issues, complications, questions and concerns about his or her own situation. The rest of the members then respond and contribute to the discussion by offering suggestions or comments based on their expert knowledge and/or experience. -Approximately 40 minutes.
End: Each person, one-by-one, talks briefly about the goals that they want to accomplish by the next meeting. Also, the next “hot seat” person is determined so he or she can be ready with questions for the group. -Approximately 20 minutes.
When: 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7 pm
Where: Folklore Coffee Shop, Elizabethtown PA
Prospective members may attend three meetings as a guest with the approval of the member in the “hot seat.” New members must be agreed to by all existing members. Members are expected to make a meaningful contribution to the group and to the other members of the mastermind. As such, attendance is mandatory. Failure to attend two consecutive meetings is grounds for dismissal barring emergencies. Progress is required. Members who do not work on their virtual business will be asked to leave. Finally, members are expected to assist each other however possible such as providing well thought out feedback at and in between meetings.
Borrowed heavily from: http://www.smartpassiveincome.com/how-to-find-a-mastermind-group/
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