Once you learn the basics of facebook, you soon discover it’s the mother load of all web-based software systems; not to mention THE most important marketing tool available today.
New functionality is being added to facebook monthly. Changes to its interface and processes are changed almost weekly without warning. New techniques for using facebook to get more leads and sales for your business appear daily as we full-time facebookers test and tweak our strategies.
When it comes to facebook, it’s nearly impossible for a single person to keep up with it all and stay motivated. That isolationism is what will allow you to gradually lose interest in facebook over time. You can’t afford to let the #1 most used website on the planet (even exceeding Google!) wear you down to the point that you don’t use it on a daily basis.
You can’t afford to let that happen! Facebook is too important to your business!
You need to set goals, plan, execute, learn, try new things, overcome obstacles, and integrate your facebook efforts with the rest of your Internet marketing strategy.
Most importantly, you need to be accountable to a small TEAM of non-competing people who are equally passionate about seeing you succeed, know your business, the Internet, facebook, and most importantly, understand the value of sharing information between team members. That team is called a mastermind group.
Mastermind Groups Are Nothing New
Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich (1937), was the first public figure to report the benefits of a true mastermind group. Mr. Hill claimed that in his research of what makes a person truly reach astronomical heights in business and success is to be part of a focused, driven and dedicated mastermind group.
He claimed absolutely EVERYONE he knew that hit the ball out of the park in their industries were fanatical participants within their mastermind groups.
Names like Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Charles M. Schwab, Woodrow Wilson, F.W. Woolworth…and of course his main mentor…Andrew Carnegie, would all cite the mastermind group process as the critical component toward their lifetime achievements that could not be replaced by any other means.
What is a “Facebook” Mastermind Group?
We’ve taken those same age-old principles of successful mastermind groups to create a NEW form of mastermind group that focuses on using facebook in our businesses. Of course, we talk about all kinds of techniques and marketing and Internet marketing tactics. But, they all come back to facebook.
Facebook Mastermind Meetings are:
- Weekly for the first 4 weeks, then once a month
- 90 minutes in duration
- “Virtual” with computers connected to each member of the team
- Not restricted to location as you can be anywhere in the world
- Limited to 10 members per group
Your Leader’s Experience with Mastermind Groups
I’ve personally been a part of 5 mastermind groups. I’ve paid $3,000 a year to be part of one, $1200 per year for another, and $300 per month for a third (that I dumped after only four months). The other two were free and unstructured–neither lasted more than three months. In fact, I can report that the more I paid to be part of a mastermind group, the more success I had enjoyed.
My Point: Whatever you pay to attend a “good” facebook mastermind group will pay for itself.
Why Do I Have to “Apply” for Consideration?
A successful mastermind group has to have truly motivated people who are willing to work hard to get results. You are expected to set and reach your goals from week to week and are accountable to the group if you do not. The worst thing I can do as a leader is bring someone into our existing group that is not compatible with the group. It’s my job to make sure you are a good fit for us.
Note: We are not accepting applications at this time. To receive announcements of upcoming enrollment openings, sign-up for our free Level 1 membership and we’ll keep you posted there.
What to do next…
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