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A Better Frame of Mind Our Favorite Mastermind Group
A fewmonths ago, Roslyn and I were just outside Nashville for one of our favorite mastermind meetings. You’ve heard me talk a lot about the importance of being part of something bigger than yourself, where a community of like-minded entrepreneurs get together and can help you gain new capabilities. Well, this group in particular checks that box and many others. The name of this group is called theWizard’s Circle, and it is a favorite one of ours for a couple of reasons. One reason is when I call the other members of this group our friends, I’m not exaggerating. We’ve known most of the people in the group for several years now. The night before this meeting, a group of us went out for dinner. At dinner, there was, to name a few: Dave Dee and his wife, Karen—Dave hosts a lot of my launches with me; Shaun Buck, who produces our Roz Report Newsletter and mails them out; Mike Stodola, who has worked with us on launches; and Scott Whitaker, who helps us find ways to improve our membership offerings and benefits. This mastermind is different than any other one we’ve attended because it’s by invitation only. Robin Robins who runs the group is an IT guru and an in-demand marketing consultant for that industry. Robin runs this elite mastermind group that she started several years ago because she wanted to get together with some of her entrepreneur friends and people she admires. The only cost is to donate to her favorite charity, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Last year, Roslyn and I were thrilled when Shaun Buck recommended us to join the group. We were a little nervous when we attended our first meeting, but we quickly realized the group was full of people we already knew and liked. It was like getting together with our friends from all over the country. We met up, swapped ideas, and went out to dinner together. It was some of the most fun we’ve had at something that would technically be classified as a work-related event. The reason we love masterminds in general is because everyone involved gets smarter. Everyone has the same desire: speed of results! When you join a group like this, everyone benefits from the collective wisdom of all the other minds in the room. You get to hear new ideas, discuss solutions to problems you’re facing, and discover the blind spots you didn’t
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“When you join a group like this, everyone benefits from the collective wisdom of all the other minds in the room.”
lead the same feeling we get when we attend mastermind groups like this one.
If you want to succeed in business — any business — you need to surround yourself with people as driven and passionate about their fields as you are. It can be challenging to find the mastermind group that’s right for you, but when you encounter the right fit, you can feel it right away. It was because of this mastermind group that we met Scott and he showed us how to better onboard clients and show them all of the benefits of membership. Each time we sit down to look at our mastermind group or talk about plans for the future, we think about how we can give our members the most value. How can we help them learn new things about their business? How can we help them build one another up to find success? How can we make this group fun to be a part of? Even though our 2019 mastermind group only has one spot open, we’ll be opening enrollment for the 2020 group at our Tax Resolution Success Summit this August 22–24 in Dallas. There are plenty of reasons why you should join us for the Success Summit, but if you want to get a sneak preview of the Roz Strategies mastermind group, that’s a big reason to be there. We have big things planned for the future, and I promise you’re going to want to be part of this growing community.
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