A successful mastermind happens when people come together for a common goal, share ideas and experiences, create plans, and hold each other accountable for executing those plans. A business mastermind group is designed to help you navigate the peaks and valleys of business by using the collective intelligence of others. The benefits of mastermind groups are a game-changer for business success and accountability – helping business owners and CEOs improve profit and productivity faster and more effectively than doing it alone. 

The concept of the “master mind alliance” was first introduced by Napoleon Hill in his 1925 book, The Law of Success, and expanded on in 1937 with his second book, Think and Grow Rich. However, most successful people have had mastermind groups one way or the other, dating back thousands of years ago. Think of King Arthur and The Round Table, Ben Franklin and the Junto club, and even the United States Declaration of Independence was created with a mastermind group. Great leaders used mastermind groups because they understood the power of working together towards a common goal. They understood the power of collective intelligence.

As the saying goes: “you are as successful as the five people you surround yourself with.” The greatest thing a mastermind group offers is the chance to elevate yourself by gaining exposure to other like-minded leaders. Your tribe is more important than you might think, so you want to surround yourself with the best of the best. Did you know that the people around you can influence how much money you make, how successful you are, and the priorities you focus on? Mastermind groups are an opportunity to create meaningful relationships with people who are heading in the same direction as you: the mountain of success.  

“Deliberately Seek The Company Of People Who Influence You To Think And Act On Building The Life You Desire.” – Napoleon Hill

BOAR’s Mastermind Group Mentality

A good mastermind group brings people together with a common goal and a desire to work towards that goal with ideas, plans, and accountability. By having a group “aim” and a strong community, everyone is supported and motivated to achieve their goal. The impact of these groups can be extraordinary; they transcend from professional development into personal development. Just like any healthy habit we adopt in life, the lessons learned with the benefits of mastermind groups become part of our everyday experience. 

The BOAR Room Mastermind Group has been carefully crafted for the business community and includes the highest caliber of business and community leaders. Here are seven reasons why a business mastermind group is worth your time as a business owner, CEO, or executive.   

Benefits of Mastermind Groups

​​1. Networking

Joining a mastermind expands your network and personal brand. Some of the benefits of mastermind groups include instantly adding fresh connections with other powerful individuals to your network. Plus, you will gain the networks of those in the group, expanding your reach and connections with an even larger network of people, all working together to help you succeed.

2. Friendships

Whether we try to or not, many professional connections become long lasting friendships; this happens organically because of proximity, similar interest, and shared goals. Create the community you desire and surround yourself with the right people, just by showing up to the mastermind consistently. 

3. Support

As a business leader, it can be lonely running things on your own if you don’t tap into support from like-minded individuals. One huge benefit of a mastermind is that you will receive endless support and guidance from your peers on this journey. These peers can act as mentors, friends, accountability partners, and cheerleaders when you accomplish those big goals. The gift of community is full circle; you play the same role for your peers, and everyone reaps the benefits. The group works together collaboratively, openly, and passionately towards a common goal—success. 

4. Value

Every business leader needs a little reassurance in their work life, which is why Imposter Syndrome has become ever-so common. Sometimes, it is difficult to know whether you are doing a “good job,” and this can lead to overwhelming (and unnecessary) amounts of self-doubt. In a mastermind group, the doubt fades away. Your value is recognized by those around you, because others in the room will see what you may not see due to the daily grind. The more you’re recognized, the more you will do to be recognized.  

5. Knowledge

There is something to learn from every new person you meet. Everyone in a business mastermind brings unique skills and experience, adding something new to the conversation that you have never thought of before. Stay curious in these groups, and your knowledge will expand exponentially.

6. Collaboration

All that networking and connecting with like-minded individuals will naturally lead to collaboration. Perhaps you will find your next podcast guest, the information you need to start that new project, or find a brand new partner to cross-promote products and services. Whatever it may be, collaboration with the best of the best will be at your fingertips. 

7. Growth

Want to expedite your personal and professional growth? Join a Mastermind. Expect to stretch beyond your limiting beliefs when surrounded by remarkable people who are challenging you to be better. In fact, with the collective intelligence of a mastermind, you can grow beyond your wildest expectations.

Sign Up For BOAR’s Mastermind Group

Napoleon Hill said, “No mind is complete by itself. It needs contact and association with other minds to grow and expand.” If you want to maximize results, grow your business, and expand your life, join the BOAR Room mastermind group. Sign up here to get started mastering your success with a CEO mastermind group that will elevate your life. All we ask is that you bring your A-game, thinking tank, and curiosity to connect with other like-minded leaders.