083: How to Spot a Good Mastermind Investment with Sara Christensen

 

 

“Doing this whole entrepreneurial, personal development journey by yourself is hard. It’s really really hard and it’s unnecessary.”

In this episode, Jay chats with the master of masterminds, Sara Christensen, founder of Kickass Masterminds.  Jay and Sara have a candid conversation about the predatory nature of marketing “gurus,” the isolation of entrepreneurship, how to find the right mastermind fit for you and your business, using “borrowed beliefs,” the art of masterminding, and accelerating success through group dynamics versus the lone wolf mentality.

 

Episode Highlights:

03:24 What is a Mastermind 
09:08 How to Get the Right People Together
14:18 Curation and the Common Mistakes   
18:50 Factors to Consider in Mastermind Investment
23:28 When to Join a Mastermind
28:25 Borrowed Belief
35:38 Evaluating A Mastermind 
45:56 The “Time” Issue Rebuttal

 

 

 

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Connect with Sara: 

Website: https://kickassmasterminds.com/
Podcast: https://kickassmasterminds.com/mastermind-podcast/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kickassmasterminds/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/kickassmasterm
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saraalisonchristensen/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kickassmasterminds/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIiLRfLhR0kStP_P1d9dJpQ

 

 

Inspirational Quotes

  • “One of the benefits of it is that anyone can run a mastermind, and one of the challenges of it is that anyone can run a mastermind.” -Jay Rooke
  • “There’s not a big red dividing line between personal and business. So a lot of times the support that they’re giving is related to being a human…” -Sara Cristensen
  • “If you could recreate your group of best friends in a business environment, that’s what a really good mastermind should feel like and provide for you.” -Sara Cristensen
  • “There’s no shame in accepting and admitting to the world, you can’t do it all on your own… but the reality is, is that no one human can do any great things in the world.” -Sara Cristensen
  • “This is where the word mastermind came from; It’s the whole concept that our brains together actually create a mastermind that can create thoughts and ideas and solve problems that we can’t do on our own.” -Sara Cristensen
  • “The brain that has created the problem cannot be the same brain that solves it. You need that intervention.” -Sara Cristensen
  • “There’s this really satisfying component around helping others and giving back in ways where we’ve either made that mistake already.” -Jay Rooke
  • “If you focus on the connection and the relationship with people, it gets more rich and more deep and more meaningful.”  -Sara Cristensen
  • “There’s moments where the emotional roller coaster becomes deeper and deeper than others, and oftentimes, much more than we intended when we got into it. And so being able to have that that group to lean into is huge.” -Jay Rooke
  • “Doing this whole entrepreneurial, personal development journey by yourself is hard. It’s really really hard and it’s unnecessary.” -Sara Cristensen
  • “There’s not one right mastermind for everybody… So really it’s about finding a good match for you. -Sara Cristensen

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