How to Form Your Own Mastermind Alliance is a quick and easy read that lays out a step by step process for forming a master mind group or alliance. Using information she learned from Napoleon Hill's classic book Think and Grow Rich and her own successful experiences, Jo figuratively takes a reader by the hand and leads them through the process of forming their own mastermind alliance. She includes what to do when things don't go well within the group and adjustments need to be made. She ends the "how-to" segment ...
How to Form Your Own Mastermind Alliance is a quick and easy read that lays out a step by step process for forming a master mind group or alliance. Using information she learned from Napoleon Hill's classic book Think and Grow Rich and her own successful experiences, Jo figuratively takes a reader by the hand and leads them through the process of forming their own mastermind alliance. She includes what to do when things don't go well within the group and adjustments need to be made. She ends the "how-to" segment with a brief questionnaire and a call to action.
The author takes no responsibility for readers' mastermind alliance experiences. One group may fail to produce results for any number of reasons, for example a poor mix of personalities, undesirable or no ground rules, or poor attendance by the members. When this occurs, a member may simply leave one group and form or join another. Maintaining harmony within the group is a major key to success.
The Afterword by Tom Antion provides cautions about paying someone to form or join a group.
Go ahead and form a mastermind alliance using this process; as you gain experience you will find inspiration you won't find anywhere else.
Jo Condrill has walked her talk, forming and joining mastermind groups. She credits Napoleon Hill's classic Think and Grow Rich and her experiences in mastermind alliances as being the foundation of her successes. Jo led 3000 Washington, DC, District 27 Toastmasters to become a President's Distinguished District, ranking #1 worldwide in 1992. She later served on the Toastmasters Board of Directors, 1994-1996. Before becoming governor, Jo formed a mastermind group of past district governors to learn how to become the best district governor possible. They focused on one topic; other groups focused on topics presented by members of the group. A mastermind group may consist of as few as two people. Depending on the purpose of the group, Jo prefers a small group of less than ten members.
When Jo was becoming a professional speaker she joined a master mind group. Soon her mentor recommended that she write a book. A member of the group was eager to participate in the endeavor. That book, 101 Ways to Improve Your Communication Skills Instantly, has been translated, published, and sold in twelve countries outside the United States. Today it is in its fifth edition. The Commercial Services of the U.S. Department of Commerce presented Jo's company, GoalMinds, Inc, an Export Achievement Certificate for "Accomplishments in the Global Marketplace" in 2004. Toastmasters International presented Jo a Presidential Citation in 2005. She received a "Women Business Leader" award from the Ford Motor Company and the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce in 2007.
Jo has presented seminars and book signings from New York City to San Diego. Her articles have been published in national magazines and Real Simple magazine featured her as its monthly "Wise Woman" in June 2003. Toastmasters International awarded her a Presidential Citation in 2005.
In the soon-to-be released Napoleon Hill Foundation Audio based on Napoleon Hill's Keys to Success, Jo is a Special Guest along with Don Hutson, Member of The Speakers Hall of Fame, and Joe Dudley Sr., Co-Founder of Dudley Beauty Corp., LLC, covering the 'Mastermind Alliance.' This audio project is moderated by Phil R. Taylor, founder of Goal Achievers International, Inc., and author of Set Yourself on Fire.