In this Facebook Live conversation, Cory chats with mastermind group facilitator Sarah Guthrie:
2:38- What is a Mastermind group? Recommended reading includes Think and Grow Rich.
6:15- How Cory started his first mastermind group, and the important things to consider when getting started.
8:12- Sarah’s experience being involved in mastermind groups, how they made a difference for her in her business.
9:50- Sarah’s shares her facilitation background and how she now translates that to assisting other artists in clarifying and meeting their goals.
11:25- How mastermind groups are typically run. At the core is finding a group of people you feel comfortable with who can also share their knowledge with you, and vice-versa.
13:00- Matching up with another anchor person whose personality balances yours can be really useful for forming a good group.
15:55- Why high level mastermind groups cost so much.
16:33- The main difference between peer mastermind groups and paid mastermind groups. (That’s where Sarah comes in!)
17:30- How Sarah runs accountability groups as a coach rather than a peer, what the structure looks like.
23:00- TAA is now launching the next version of the mastermind groups, how to apply.
24:24- How to set proper expectations for your paid or peer mastermind group.
27:15- What additional support is typically provided in mastermind groups including TAA’s mastermind groups.
30:48- Questions and answers, including whether TAA’s mastermind groups will be ongoing and how much they cost.
34:20- The impact of mastermind groups for artist entrepreneurs and their unique challenges.
37:25- The grounded space of a mastermind group can help all your other relationships in life.
38:15- Are there mastermind groups for people at the very beginning? Where beginning artists can go instead.
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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill*
How to Sell Your Art Online by Cory Huff
The Twelve Week Year by Brian Moran*