#125: [On Air Coaching] How to Run a Successful Mastermind with Agnieszka Gaczkowska

December 27, 2017

[On Air Coaching] How to Run a Successful Mastermind with Agnieszka Gaczkowska

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Agnieszka Gaczkowska is an architect and an interior designer who realized her real passion when she became a mother. She was drawn to handmade art through painting and sculpting. This love for the handmade crafts led her to create her company Oplotki where she offers crocheting courses, materials, and support to those who want to discover the artist within.
Agnieszka joins me for this On Air Coaching episode to learn how to facilitate a mastermind group successfully. I share tips on how to start and run a mastermind that works with healthy boundaries and whose members genuinely care for one another. I also explain some of the responsibilities of the facilitator and the members and talk about what makes paid groups worthwhile for you as well as your members.
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In This On Air Coaching Episode of The Sigrun Show:

  • What a successful mastermind is about
  • What can hurt the mastermind group
  • How to establish connection between masterminders
  • The relationship between the facilitator and the rest of the team
  • The role of the facilitator and the members
  • What to do when members don’t show up
  • Effects of having a paid mastermind group
  • Why your mastermind should have a specific timeframe
  • Why having a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is crucial

Key Takeaways:

  1. Connect with everyone individually.
  2. A successful mastermind group cares about everyone.
  3. You start to care about the people when you get to know them.
  4. Be an example of success and be there consistently for your group.
  5. Lead by example as you show independence and keep your boundaries.

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