Better business through osmosis: Masterminds 101


Do your friends inspire, push, and help you to be better in business and in life? If not, maybe you need to cultivate a friend group that does.

Peter from FringeSport as he gave an overview of "Mastermind Groups"- what they are, how to form one, and how to ensure that you're getting value out of your group.



Template email:

SUBJECT : Join me for a serious but small weekly business discussion?

Dear XXX,

I love what you're building at xxx! I've got my own project at xxx. I'm putting together a small group dedicated to the success of our businesses, and I think you'd be a great fit. 

You'll join 5 other successful entrepreneurs for 60 minutes a week to level up our games. 

Here's the details:

  • CALL TIMES: XX
  • GROUP SIZE: 6 members maximum. Less is okay.
  • FORMAT: (12) 1hr calls, 1 weeks apart. 
  • FIRST CALL: xx. Present your goals to the group and get to know each other.
  • Onwards and upwards!

    XX

     


    Peter Keller
    Peter Keller

    Author



    5 Responses

    Peter Keller
    Peter Keller

    January 29, 2016

    Sorry you feel that way, Sarah! We’ll make sure to put out a lot of product info also- but some of our customers want this info.

    Sarah
    Sarah

    January 28, 2016

    Well that’s embarrassing. This has nothing to do with fitness, cross fit, or anything that I’m interested in. I’d rather have product knowledge on what I buy from you guys or unsubscribe.

    Je'Von
    Je'Von

    January 28, 2016

    Yea dude!

    Peter Keller
    Peter Keller

    January 28, 2016

    Thanks Nick! I eventually figured it out.

    Nick Wheeler
    Nick Wheeler

    January 28, 2016

    SHot a question on the Youtube page, not seeing a chat link on the fringespot website

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