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Benefits of a Mastermind Group

Perhaps you've been blogging or at your business for awhile now and feel that you've hit a wall so far. 

You've implemented many ideas to grow your business, and while growth is slow and steady, it's not at the pace you would like.  Maybe you realize your blog isn't getting as much traffic as you'd like because you don't know much about SEO.

In each of these scenarios, you could benefit from a mastermind group. 

A mastermind group is a group of individuals who get together to share techniques and tips.  Essentially, they are helping one another grow their businesses.

There are many advantages to joining a mastermind group:

1.  Get fresh ideas from others.

After awhile working at your business or blog, you develop blinders, so to speak, and don't notice drawbacks to your website, for instance.  The mastermind participants can offer fresh insight and critiques to help you polish your site, make it more professional, and grow your business.

2.  Help one another.

If you're weak in SEO, someone in your mastermind group can give you tips.  If you're great at securing ad revenue, you could share your tips and strategies with others in the mastermind group who aren't as skilled.

3.  Find supporters.

Your business will likely grow faster if you have a group of people encouraging you and rallying you.  In addition, they can help you spread the word about your business and products to people in their circle, and you can do the same.  With any luck, each member of the mastermind group will see their business grow.

4.  Have camaraderie.

Working at home can sometimes feel isolating.  Having a group of people you regularly connect with can make you feel less lonesome and more connected to others. 

Most people (and their businesses) benefit from being part of a mastermind group.  Of course, before you commit, make sure you have the time to devote to your group.  While you'll put time into the group, you'll likely gain much more than you put in.
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Linsey Knerl (the "1099 Mom") is a professional blogger, public speaker, consultant, and mom of 6!
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