So we’re always hearing stories of rags to riches, right? All types of people that have come from next to nothing and to making something great for themselves but, for the most part we don’t hear how they got from where they were, to where they are now?
First, it started with a desire and after that a plan which is what I want to talk to you about!
Most of these people, when they set out to achieve their worthy goal (you can read 3 Steps to Setting a Worthy Goal here) generally didn’t know how to do it. And the brilliant part about that is, they didn’t need to know! And neither do you!
In his historic book, Think & Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill states "MasterMind may be defined as: "coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or more people, for the attainment of a definite purpose. No individual may have great power without availing him or herself to the MasterMind"
I love that because no two minds are alike, so when we get together with others in a state of harmony we pull energy from "Source" to multiply our effectiveness.
I really encourage you to do this if you haven’t already! Seek out people on a similar path as you! Come together with the agreement that each of you will help each other discover the answers to help one another move closer to the goal!
Any good Mastermind Group should have the following:
These steps work so effectively because our mastermind group won't have the same blocks as we do! They’ll use their higher faculty of perception to see what we cannot, as you will do the same for them!
I know all this to be true because some of the greatest advancements in my career have come from ideas in my mastermind groups. They must also be acted on with urgency, don’t skip by this part!
Asking questions like:
How to achieve this goal?
How do we get past this block?
Who do I know that…?
Who do you know that…?
These are all powerful questions that are a driving force to achieving your goal. I’m sure you can come up with other great ones. Often times the answers we are looking for are right in front of us, sometimes it just takes someone else to see them for us or give us a nudge in the right direction to discover them for ourselves.