Who’s Got Your Back?

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So, who’s got your back?  Are you in a mastermind group?  Have you tried participating in one yet?  Share in the comments and let’s talk about coaches, mastermind groups and what’s working and not working for you. 

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  1. You’re so right about the power of a mastermind group and coach. It’s deadly to work in isolation.
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    1. It is. It’s so much easier when we connect with others for support and help. :)
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  2. Hmm.. Food for thought for me! I need to definitely look into it, but if I never joined this blog then I would of never of known about the mastermind groups. Yet, another reason why I love this blog!!
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    1. Thanks, Patty, appreciate you stopping by and commenting. :)
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  3. I’ve got groups on Facebook that support me, but no IRL mastermind group or coach. I’ve been told I need coach (or similar), but I haven’t found one that knows anything about similar niches to mine yet.
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    1. Sometimes just connecting with a mentor in your niche can be a great support, Linda. :) But the really good coaches can be helpful with many niches outside their own experience, too.
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  4. Before entering the internet arena, I attended two offline Mastermind groups. They were awesome. The support was priceless. I haven’t had the pleasure of working with a coach but I’ve had two mentors since coming online.

    @lindaursin unlike a teacher and a mentor, a coach doesn’t have to be familiar with your niche. A coach can still guide you to achieve your success. I wish you well in finding your success coach @lindaursin.

    Thanks for sharing Michelle!!
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    1. Yep, I’ve found that to be true, too, Adalia. I’ve worked with coaches who didn’t know much about my specific niche but that didn’t stop them from being able to support me (and provide a valuable “outside” perspective).
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  5. Great post here, you’ve given me food for thought, It’s quite “hermitty” doing this job, the support of a group is a brill idea.

    1. Hermitty is a good word to describe it. :) We often end up working long hours with our computers as our main company. It’s important to connect with real people who get it and can support us.

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