These are the reasons why joining a mastermind group is beneficial.


Let’s face it. It’s lonely at the top.

As the CEO you’ve got so many critical decisions to make, and yet if you can’t confide to your employees and certainly, can’t confide with your competitors.

Furthermore, joining a Peer Advisory group provides much-needed camaraderie with other entrepreneurs who are on a similar journey.


No matter what level you’re at. You are able of so much more.

Habits of effective people

In Steven Covey’s best selling book, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People:

Success habit #7 is the importance of sharpening the saw.

And according to the Bible Proverbs 27:17:

“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.”

Hence, both of my sons played competitive soccer. I can’t help noticing when they are playing with a group of beginner players, they’re own performance tends to go flat.

But, it’s amazing and so exciting to see what they’re capable of when they’re on the field with a team of high-level players. It takes their game to a whole new level.

Above all, ask yourself … are you surrounding yourself with high-level entrepreneurs who are bringing out the best in you?


We learn so much from the collective wisdom of others.

Furthermore, with the groups I run, each member takes turns giving a presentation on their core business challenge and questions they want to ask their peer group.

Similarly, we hash it out together to brainstorm innovative ideas. And you get to hear the stories of what worked and what didn’t work from your peers.

It’s far cheaper to learn from the mistakes of others than from your own.CLICK TO TWEET

Acquiring wisdom shifts the way you approach your business.

For example one of my members shared the changes he experienced from being in our group.

● Before, he used to strive JUST to make more money.
● Now, he strives to make a bigger impact.

● He used to wear himself in the past out thinking terms of “DO’.
● Now, he freed himself up thinking in terms of “WHO”

● Previously, he used to fixate on the WHAT …and found himself dreading Mondays.
● Now, he fixates on the WHY and is re-energized about the business is again.

As a result, if you want to play a bigger game, then surround yourself with larger thinkers and make it a priority to find a CEO Peer advisory group.


And if you’d like to learn more about the groups I facilitate just go to

>>>LAST CHAPTER: Closing thoughts…