Leading revenue at a B2B company is tough.
DON’T GO IT ALONE!
Growing a business and scaling a sales organization will never be easy, but you can dramatically improve the probability of success by following a proven system and joining forces with like-minded peers.
Mastermind groups are a well-established approach to high performance that we first noticed while studying the lives of creative writers and thinkers such as J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. Their group, called The Inklings, met in a pub in Oxford. Around the same time that The Inklings were drinking ale and helping each other write some of the great works of the 20th Century, Napolean Hill coined the term “Mastermind” and the concept in his 1928 book The Law of Success.
But two hundred years before either Napolean Hill or The Inklings, Benjamin Franklin had gathered his “most ingenious friends” into a group they called the Junto Club. They came together to help each other improve as individuals while also at large.
Today, thousands of business leaders and professionals are being equipped and empowered to reach crazy levels of performance and impact using Masterminds. The concept is simple: a group of people with a common interest get together to challenge each other to set aggressive goals, and then help each other accomplish those goals through a combination of collective creative thinking, peer accountability, adult learning, and support.
“The Mastermind… is the principle through which you can accomplish in one year more than you could accomplish without it in a lifetime if you depended entirely on your own efforts for success.”
– Napolean Hill