• What is a MASTERMIND?

    Successful individuals throughout time have met with groups of like-minded people on a regular basis, to help one another achieve common goals. Today, this is called a “mastermind”, was first coined by Napoleon Hill in 1925.

    Why Join a Mastermind?

    We are the average of the five people with whom we spend the most time. Are the people you spend the most time with helping you with your personal development and professional growth? This is where participating in a mastermind group can improve that. We tend to be more collaborative and supportive of each other in groups.

    Why WOmen Only?

    There’s no question that men and women communicate and approach life differently. When we have other women around us, we have natural mentors and role models. We become more successful ourselves, even as we support other women. My vision is to empower each woman in this mastermind to step confidently into her place in the world.

  • PIDAAR = RESILIENT

    Pidaar means resilient in Farsi, which is the focus of this mastermind.

    4 Reasons Why

    Joining this mastermind will increase:

    1.

    Accountability

    2.

    Support + Feedback

    3.

    Network + Resources

    4.

    Collaboration

  • Imagine...

    ...You're out with a couple of colleagues or friends, your regular monthly lunch. You're all sitting around the table when one of you let's slip she's got a problem at work with which she's struggling. What happens? You ALL start offering advice, brainstorming solutions, sharing experiences, and focus on how to help your friend. Ideas just keeping popping up and by the end of lunch, your friend has a solution in hand and a plan of action.

    That's a lot like what happens in a mastermind group meeting. The biggest difference is the structure for the conversation, and there's a facilitator to keep the meeting moving and focused.