There’s a spiritual principle: when you begin to give what you think you are missing, you stop missing it. I’m putting that into practice on a business level. I so want to be around women who are passionate about what they do that I’ve created a format that I wish I could find for myself.
I’m offering something very special in the fall of 2012–an intensive Mastermind Group for women I’ve worked with before, who know my style, and who want to have their feet held (lovingly, but firmly) to the fire of their own success.
Remember Victor Kiam? He was the guy who was so impressed with the Remington shaver that he bought the company? That’s me with my Mastermind Intensive.
A small group of committed women business owners will get together monthly. Each session will consist of a full day dedicated to the growth of her business over the course of one year. Before the program starts in October, I will meet with each participant individually to create a dream/vision of what would be possible to achieve; what would make her jump out of bed every morning to accomplish and what tools and strategies she will need to get there? After that, the group will meet every month to discuss, learn, be coached and commit to growth steps toward their desired outcomes. When I did this several years ago exclusively for artists the results were magnificent: museum shows, product lines, books, increased sales, etc.
I’ve found a beautiful space with comfortable couches and a bucolic view where we will do this work together. I’ve set the dates on the calendar and have begun finding experts in various business industries to bring in to meet with us. I want this to be the highlight in each woman’s month as we watch each others’ business flourish and grow.
I’m only opening this program to the people who I’ve worked with over the past ten years. There will be one group for successful business owners who are transitioning (Thursdays) in a new venture or aspect of their business. A second group will consist of women who are well-established (Fridays) in their current enterprise and looking forward to greater growth in their company. The make-up of the groups is critical. I’ve created an application process so that only those entrepreneurs who really want to make this commitment to themselves and their group need apply.
Are you one of them?