American self-help author Napoleon Hill introduced the concept of the Mastermind in his book The Law of Success (pub. 1925). A Mastermind consists of two or more people who work in perfect harmony for the attainment of a definite purpose. Taking part in a Mastermind group not only allows you to gain from the education, experience, advice and counsel of its members, but it also has a psychic effect: When two or more minds come together, they create a third invisible tangible force, which may be likened to a third mind. In such an alliance, you’re in the position to absorb power from the storehouse of infinite intelligence, the greatest source of power.
Throughout history, many successful people have employed the principle of the Mastermind. From King Arthur and his Knights of the Roundtable to Andrew Carnegie and his steel mill workers; to FDR’s “Brain Trusts,” to even the signatories of the Declaration of Independence. Some might say that great power cannot be accumulated through any other means: If energy is nature’s set of building blocks which constructs every material thing in the universe, then just as a group of batteries is going to generate more energy than one single one, so too will a group of like-minds working cooperatively and harmoniously toward a common end.
Mastermind groups tend to attract small business owners and entrepreneurs, but not only. Some Mastermind groups are formed for finding love, attaining a new level of fitness, and making strides in virtually any career - particularly the arts here in Los Angeles. If you are interested in joining a Mastermind group, please fill out the form below so I may aim to find the right members for your Mastermind.