Last week my husband and I returned to the Pathfinder Mastermind at Wizard Academy in Austin, Texas. Rarely do I suffer from “Loser-itis” and feel so far behind! And by the way, I consider this to be a BENEFIT of the event. Continue reading
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I just got back from the 3 day mastermind in San Diego. It’s a group of established, mostly 7-figure thought leaders in the coaching (business, personal, spiritual) who get together once a year to get real. Back in the day we were a little group of 15 to 20. Now we’re closing in on 50 members! (Can you find me in this photo? Hint: front row, almost center.) I actually wanted to stay home this year (I’m in writing mode and not feeling social), but I’d already paid for my $10,000 mastermind seat… and I’m so glad I attended. … Continue reading
When I did a little digging, it became clear that they were getting too much external direction, without enough personalization or internal support, in some of their other programs.
That is typically a recipe for disaster. Both personally and financially.
There is no inspiration in doing a business based on what you’re “supposed” to do. If you’re not turned on, you won’t turn on anyone else. Continue reading
This is the primary reason people don’t change, no matter how badly they need and want to do so.
Nobody talks about this. And I’ll give you the secret to eliminating this obstacle immediately: Continue reading
Your Destination is Transformation.
Have you ever had that experience of watching your brain spin in circles? Kind of like being a goldfish in a bowl… every time you try to come up with a new idea, you find yourself facing the familiar.
The world looks smaller and smaller, confined to what you already know.
If you’re feeling stuck, I recommend you get out of town. Continue reading
I’m going to be really honest here and tell you that I thought I was a nut to dish out $5,000 (and another $2,000 for hotel and transportation) for a 3 day mastermind. And nobody going had any idea what we were going to get out of this hush-hush, invitation-only gathering.
Many of my friends (and my boyfriend) thought this was a foolish thing to do.
I thought so, too.
It really seemed insane. Irresponsible.
But my gut said, “yes,” without my head even knowing why. (Have you ever had this?)
It turned out to be one of the best choices of my life.
And here’s why I would STRONGLY encourage you to say “YES!” to these crazy opportunities when they come your way.
(And I’m also going to share one of the groovy new things I discovered at the event.) Continue reading