Mastermind groups are all the rage, but are they worth the (sometimes hefty) price tags?
This week’s Q&A comes from a listener who has an opportunity to attend a pretty exclusive Mastermind, at a pretty substantial cost. At $5,000, it’s worth taking a moment to make sure it’s a good investment.
Fortunately, our intrepid host Omar has participated in enough Masterminds to develop a way to gauge the ROI.
Today, we’ll share our framework for assessing the cost/benefit ratio of a Mastermind group, at any price. We’ll describe the number one factor that truly determines the value of a Mastermind, and how to assess that value in the context of your own business.
With your own budget and business experience in mind, you can evaluate each Mastermind for what it’s really worth to you. Learn how to make the call with confidence, plus hear about alternatives, for when the price isn’t right. Click Play!
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