why go to a mastermind
I’ve recently gone to a retreat and mastermind, both of them in Egypt. One was I would say a spiritual one in the Siwa Oasis, close to Libyan border, a famous place where Alexander the Great used to go to relax as the story goes. The other was right after COP27 with a group of people who are actively busy with Social Impact / Social Change projects where we went from Sharm El Sheikh to Aswan and by boat to Luxor, visited the temples and eventually back to Cairo.
I’ve learned different things at different masterminds but the main things I learned is that the experience was the best I ever had. The first one was fairly expensive where I paid about 6000 USD to join for a 5-day retreat with lectures and the second one I paid around 4500 USD to join for 5 days. What I learned here is that you connect with like-minded people who know that you have to pay the price to connect with a certain level where your conversations are just better.
Underneath here the openchat.ai tool wrote the main benefits are from joining a mastermind and I couldn’t agree more.
A mastermind group is a type of peer-to-peer mentorship and networking group that is typically focused on helping members achieve their goals and overcome challenges. The idea behind a mastermind group is that the collective knowledge, experience, and resources of the group can be used to help each member achieve success.
Some specific benefits of joining a mastermind group include:
1. Access to a diverse range of perspectives and experiences: By joining a mastermind group, you can gain insights and advice from a diverse group of individuals who have different backgrounds and areas of expertise.
2. Opportunity to network and build relationships with like-minded individuals: Mastermind groups provide a great opportunity to build relationships with other professionals who share similar goals and interests. These relationships can be valuable in terms of both personal and professional development.
3. Accountability and support: Mastermind groups can provide a sense of accountability and support to help you stay on track and make progress towards your goals.
4. Personal and professional growth: Participating in a mastermind group can help you grow both personally and professionally, as you have the opportunity to learn from others and share your own experiences and insights.
Overall, a mastermind group can be a valuable resource for anyone looking to make progress and achieve their goals, whether in their personal or professional life.
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