Today a poster lamented that she, “can’t get into any mastermind groups because they’re too expensive and demand that she sell all of their products without reviewing them negatively.” She asked if I could refer an inexpensive one which wouldn’t compromise her ethics.
The answer is, “Yes.”
The answer is, “You.”
Before the recent trend of salesman meeting in Vegas to cross-promote eachother in order to “share lists,” the original mastermind was out busting her tail, making or creating her own opportunities by doing work she’s proud of, treating people with respect, making promises and keeping them, delivering consistent quality, providing impeccable support, giving back to her community, learning from observing others she believes worthy of modeling and doing her due diligence in continuing education.
Mastermind “groups” (affiliate networking) MAY help you advance your (if it doesn’t compromise your ethics) career, but you are all the mastermind you will ever need if you find that you can only rely upon yourself.
And surprisingly, through this process you DO find the teachers you need at any point in time that you’re willing to listen.