Do you miss being in a community with therapists who are going through similar phases that you are? Have you been thinking about learning with people again like you used to? Can you see yourself starting or joining a mastermind group that’s tailored to your skills, goals, and future aspirations? In this Practice of the Practice podcast episode, LaToya Smith speaks about how to start and grow a mastermind group with Jeremy Shapiro.
In This Practice of the Practice Episode
In this episode, LaToya and Jeremy discuss:
- What is a mastermind group?
- Aim for like-minded people
- How to start a mastermind group in your area
- How to find the right people
A mastermind is defined as the coordination of knowledge and effort in the spirit of harmony between two or more people for the attainment of a definite purpose.
In a mastermind group when people get together to achieve the same or similar goals, the impact that they co-create is multiplicative, not additive. The growth that they all share and contribute toward becomes exponential as they learn and progress together, sharing knowledge and information multiple times faster than if they were doing it alone.
Who’s Joe Sanok?
Joe loves helping people to start and grow their private practice!
Joe Sanok helps counselors to create thriving practices that are the envy of other counselors. He has helped counselors to grow their businesses by 50-500% and is proud of all the private practice owners who are growing their income, influence, and impact on the world.
The Practice of the Practice podcast is dedicated to help you to know exactly how to start your private practice. As well, he dives into how to grow and scale a private practice.
Joe Sanok has interviewed over 400 industry leaders – like Daniel Pink, David Allen, and Jeremy Shapiro – that help small business owners to level up while slowing down. Joe is curious about new ways to create more value, while working less.