“No mind is complete by itself. It needs contact and association with other minds to grow and expand.”
Napoleon Hill, “Think and Grow Rich” 1937
The most accomplished business leaders exchange information and ideas. They network to make deals and build partnerships. They work together to establish best practices, and they reach out to leaders outside their companies to accelerate growth. Simply put, CEOs and business leaders provide value to one another that they can’t find anywhere else.
Business mastermind groups are nothing new. First mooted by Napoleon Hill in his seminal book “Think and Grow Rich” in 1937, where he credited the concept to discussions he had with Andrew Carnegie, the idea has been refined and reinvented many times over the years for a good reason: it works.
The benefits of being part of a high-performing, growth-focused mastermind group are enormous, and the opportunities for developing both your personal leadership skills and the growth of your business are immense. More importantly, the infamous “lonely at the top” feeling goes away when you are supported by a close-knit circle of non-competing peers who will always have your back.