Masterminds


Little Things

So, I’m in San Diego at the Impact Event and one big name marketer is telling me about how he increased his business 50 percent since he talked to another marketer when they were together at my event in Baltimore six months ago.   It was just a simple thing. […]

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So the words start flowing and threats begin.

It’s a battle and things are getting heated. You are convinced you are right. You are certain you deserve what’s due to you. You know your actions are justified. So the words start flowing and threats begin. Because you believe you have no choice. Whether you are right or wrong, […]

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How Much Should I Invest in My Business?

If you are running a successful business, how true are these statements for you on a one to five scale? (Five being absolutely true.) 1. I have more leads than I can handle. 2. I have solid valuable products and services to offer right now. 3. I get very high […]

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Who should I invite to the Infinite Reach Event?

Help me out! Some dear friends and I went out after the Impact Event and talked about the future and I was encouraged to consider producing a two day, top-level mastermind event. No pitch. $2,500 attendance by invitation only. Well I’m DOING it and it’s called the Infinite Reach Event. […]

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The Power of a Mastermind

Ben was special, because at the age of 21 he organized a group of friends to provide a structured form of mutual improvement — not a typical interest of 21 year olds. The group, initially composed of twelve members, called itself the Junto. Ben was an outgoing, social kind of […]

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