One of the best decisions I have ever made in my ministry/business life was to join a mastermind. There is strength in numbers and we are better together. I think the quote says something like,”If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
A year after joining Jeff Walker’s Platinum Plus mastermind, I decided I wanted to create my own room. I struggled with the word “mastermind” and I struggled with putting my name on the front door, but I did it. I did it because I believe we can go far together. I believe a lot of us sit all alone creating the stuff that we are selling or marketing. We don’t only need community, but we need to be around others who we can relate with, learn from, and connect around the same things.
This is a group for CEO’s, business owners, and friends of mine in the group. We meet a few times a year in person to do deep work and stay in touch throughout the year, encouraging each other and connecting offline and online.
I have been working with a social media influencer, Jeff Bethke, for the last four years on a number of online projects. We have had a lot of fun building digital products and publishing books. We started a company together where we work with other social media influencers and artists.
We couldn’t scale that company the way we wanted to with just the two of us, so we decided to create another room that we call Influencer Inner Circle. The purpose of the group is to go far together. A lot of people have enormous impact online but their neighbors have a hard time understanding what they really do. We wanted to create a room where these influencers are understood, can share secrets, build relationships, learn new things, listen to experts, and create lifelong connections.
If you are interested in learning more about this group, click the link below.
I asked one of the speakers at our recent Influencer Inner Circle meeting to share about her experience with our group:
“It was amazing to watch Craig perform his magic during this influencer mastermind. Each day was jam-packed with