What’s the point of masterminding and how does it work well? Nicola suggests it is creating friendships, giving and being of service to the other delegates, networking, learning new skills, sharing, giving and gratitude.

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In The Show

Nicola is in Las Vegas attending a Mastermind event. She’s played poker, been on a yacht, met lots of interesting people, sung karaoke, visited Liberace’s home, eaten lovely food, gone into the desert and seen a real camel, presented at three round tables for 20 minutes each and been very well received, been hypnotised by Marisa Peer and inspired by Marianne Williamson and re-connected with a lot of internet marketers who’ve been in the business for a very long time.

By comparison Judith’s had a quiet week with a horrid return visit from sciatica, but nevertheless she’s had a very productive work week and is enjoying the town where she’s staying, especially the friendly can-do people, she’s pleased with a new hairdresser and bought herself an entirely new summer wardrobe of clothes and shoes and other treats.

What’s Fuelled Their Fire?

Brilliant minds and great feedback for Nicola, which she has found affirming. Judith has feedback to share from a podcast listener/client in California who explains why she enjoys the show, and she’s encouraged a loyal listener to provide Own It! with its first review from South Africa.

Focus Of The Week

What’s the point of masterminding and how does it work well? Nicola suggests it is creating friendships, giving and being of service to the other delegates, networking, learning new skills, sharing, giving and gratitude.

LISTEN HERE TO OWN IT #227: Masterminding in Vegas

Words Of The Week

Nicola chooses Wow and Judith picks Endurance.

Project Updates

Judith’s second viewing at Worthing reported that they thought the flat was overpriced by £5k, and Nicola reports that podcast download numbers are now 108,152.

Who Or What’s Impressed

Nicola gives ClearFocus.Consulting the big thumbs up for organising the event in the desert, and Judith raves about the cheery DHL man who, though 90 minutes, late was still cheery at the end of his very long day delivering parcels to an ungrateful public.

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