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The Mastermind and Coaching Forum

Leadership.Consonance.TriangleThis six-month or year-long platform, designed for business professionals who are serious about succeeding intentionally, is based on two similar, but distinct, principles for success involving groups.

The first is the Junto.  In 1727, Benjamin Franklin with 12 of his friends formed the Junto (from the Latin “iungere” meaning “to join”)—a club dedicated to mutual improvement. They shared a desire to improve themselves, their community, and to help others.  The members of the Junto were drawn from a wide variety of occupations and backgrounds.  That Junto continued for over 40 years. In his Autobiography, Franklin described the group, and what follows are highlights.

“I had formed most of my ingenious acquaintance into a club of mutual improvement, which we called the JUNTO…the rules that I drew up required that every member…, once in three months, produce and read an essay of his own writing, on any subject he pleased. Our debates were to be conducted in the sincere spirit of inquiry after truth, without fondness for dispute, or desire of victory; and, to prevent warmth, all expressions of positiveness in opinions, or direct contradiction, were after some time made contraband, and prohibited under small pecuniary penalties.  Our club was found so useful, and afforded such satisfaction to the member that…we made it a rule to keep our institution a secret, which was pretty well observed; the intention was to avoid applications of improper persons for admittance, some of whom, perhaps, we might find it difficult to refuse.”

The second is the Mastermind.  Andrew Carnegie, the world’s richest man at the time, commissioned Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich, to spend 20 years researching the most successful men of his time.  The second of the seventeen principles of success was the mastermind.

Napoleon Hill defined his principle of mastermind as a “coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or more people, for the attainment of a definite purpose.” Mr. Hill even went so far as to say there was a mystical quality created when a mastermind group was formed.  He said: “No two minds ever come together without, thereby, creating a third, invisible, intangible force which may be likened to a third mind.”

Each of our Mastermind and Coaching Forums will work as follows:


If after demonstrating you are consistently applying what you learned and implementing the coaching you received, you have not at least doubled the money you invested in the forum, we will either return all monies paid to date, or allow you to continue in a forum of your choice until you do.  Guarantee to apply and be in effect 6 months from start date.

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