There is synergy of energy, commitment and excitement that participants bring to a mastermind group. My facilitated groups offer a combination of masterminding, peer brainstorming, education, accountability and support in a group setting to sharpen your business and personal skills. By bringing fresh ideas and a different perspective, my masterminds can help you achieve success.

Key Benefits of a Mastermind Group:

  • Increase your own experience and confidence
  • Sharpen your business and personal skills
  • Create real progress in your business and your life
  • Add an instant and valuable support network
  • Get honest feedback, advice and brainstorming
  • Borrow on the experience and skills of the other members
  • Study a leadership book, create an action plan and have the group hold you accountable for fulfilling your plan and goals
  • Receive critical insights into yourself
  • Optimistic peer support in maintaining a positive mental attitude
  • A sense of shared endeavor – there are others out there!

“Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody else expects of you.”  Henry Ward Beecher

Fail forward reminder

By Liyin the Creative-Extraordinaire


Failing Forward by John Maxwell, is a book that helps you look at life from a different point of view.  It will help us look at life’s setbacks and learn from our mistakes. The only thing worse than a bad experience, is not learning from it.


If you haven’t failed at anything, that might be because you really haven’t taken a risk at anything. Life is so much better when you are willing to live it, even if you fail at first.


I know that by the end of our 8 week mastermind we will be afraid but we won’t allow that to stop us from moving forward.


Living requires failing every now and then. The basic steps to moving on and failing forward are:


• Realize there is one major difference between average people and achievers. The difference is in how they respond to failure.

• Learn a new definition of failure.

• Remove the “you” from failure. Don’t take it personally.

• Take action and reduce your fear.

• Change your response to failure by accepting responsibility.

• Don’t let failure from outside get inside you.

• Say good-bye to yesterday.

• Change yourself, and your world changes.

• Get over yourself and start giving yourself.

• Find the benefit in every bad experience.

• If at first you do succeed, try something harder.

• Learn from a bad experience and make it a good experience.

• Work on the weakness that weakens you.

• Understand there’s not much difference between failure and success.

• Get up, get over it, get going.


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From: August 7 – September 25


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