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EP 24: Tapping Wisdom: Why You Need to Join a MasterMind Group with Liz and Andresa

Jim Rohn once said, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” 


Liz and Andresa are excited to be back with you this week! Most of our episodes are interview style with some pretty amazing ladies. Occasionally, we release a “solo show” where we discuss topics that we are passionate about and that we have a deep knowledge of!


This week is all about mastermind groups! This term “mastermind group” gets thrown around a lot, so we want to take a moment to explain the concept. The term was introduced by Napoleon Hill back in the early 1900’s in his book, Think and Grow Rich. In this book, here is how he described the Mastermind concept: “The coordination of knowledge and effort between two or more people who work towards a definite purpose in a spirit of harmony.” Another common definition of a mastermind group is a group a people who come together on a regular basis to share feedback, thoughts, and ideas with one another.

Although the episode is short, we cover a lot of bases with this topic:


  • Why you need to join your own mastermind group
  • How to run an actual mastermind group
  • The #1 reason your mastermind group might fail
  • The most important aspects to incorporate into your meetings so that everyone gets a ton of value from participating.


Resources/Books mentioned in the show:

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About the author, The Real Estate

The Real Estate InvestHER Show is hosted by Liz Faircloth and co-host by Andresa Guidelli. Created to support and inspire women who invest in real estate to live a financially free and balanced life.

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