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Stacey Phillips

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Tuesday, 18 September 2018 23:09

The Best Body Shops’ Tips: The Power of Peer Groups and Why to Join One

Written by
Jim Keller, founder and CEO/president of 1Collision Network. Jim Keller, founder and CEO/president of 1Collision Network.




Q: What is a master mind group?


A: I think Napoleon Hill explained it best in his book “Think and Grow Rich.” He said a master mind is when one or two people come together in a spirit of harmony. It is believed that when they come together they will engage a third, greater mind that will allow ideas to come to them.


Today, a master mind translates to a meeting or conference between two people, such as the way boards of directors and senior staff get together to do business. The third mind represents the creative energy between two or more people who get together to improve something.


A master mind could be two people coming together or a group of 20 trying to figure out the next steps for the group. The bigger the group, the more ideas and opinions you’ll have and the more sharing you’ll do. You’ll find things move faster, decisions get made more accurately and effectively and everyone feels involved in the process.


Whether there are two people or 20, if they feel like part of the team, it creates a great synergy for success. The key is understanding that two heads are better than one and can be a really powerful collaboration.


Q: Can you share the human relations principles you learned from attending the Dale Carnegie program you attended?


A: If you are attending a peer group meeting, whether that’s with one person or more, it’s virtually guaranteed that you will learn more from that person or persons, they will like you more and you will probably capitalize on opportunities from that relationship(s) more so than any other way by following these principles.

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