A couple of years ago, I ran a paid mastermind/coaching group.
And to this day, people write to me, to say that the experience was profound and life-changing.
And, that apparently I’m good at creating a space for growth and chance, and also. that I should start another group.
Which, I tell you, is mighty tempting.
Because no matter what challenge or struggle, it’s community – our social environment – that has the biggest influence on our abilities.
No degree of learning or skills or experience make as much of a difference, as the people we’re with.
And yeah… after 25 years of learning people and managing teams of volunteers, and learning how to communicate and foster healthy communication and relationships, I guess I have some skills there – and that’s not just me saying so:
“Martin Stellar works magic. He’s a facilitator of change. Using wit and incredible insight, Martin helped me figure out who I am, where I wanted to go in life and how to get there.
~ Paula Mould”
And yes that sounds good, and yes a new group could do the same thing for people.
It would be a mistake to simply launch a group offer, without first knowing what people actually need, especially now that everything is different and we’re all figuring out which way is up and where to go next.
And, as with all leadership issues, the fundamental starting question of any leader, is always: what do yo need from me?
So if you don’t mind me asking:
If I were to start a coaching/mastermind group, what would make it a definite ‘hell yes, I want that!’ for you?
What would you want out of such a group… support? Accountability? Learning? Training? Implementation guides and collaboration? Partnerships? Training on implementing the IP to Profit system?
Let me know, because truth be told, I’ve sorely missed group coaching – partially because it’s fun to do, but more importantly because it’s just a DREAM to see ships rising together, and that’s exactly what happens when the right people join together in a group.
So… should I start a new group?
What would you want from it?
What would you want it to bring you, do for you, give you?
What, in short, would be most helpful to you, at this point?
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