Up-Level Mastermind

for Executive and Leadership Strategies

What is a Mastermind and Why Could it be Ideal for You? 

A mastermind group is like having an objective board of directors, a success team, and a peer advisory group — all rolled into one. 

The Up-Level Mastermind for Executive and Leadership Strategies offers a combination of brainstorming, education, peer accountability and support in a group setting to sharpen your business and personal skills. The Up-Level Mastermind for Executive and Leadership Strategies helps you and your mastermind colleagues achieve success. Members challenge each other to set strong goals, and more importantly, to accomplish them.

The Up-Level Mastermind for Executive and Leadership Strategies is run by experienced facilitators who start and manage the group. The facilitator helps the group to dive deeply into discussions, and work with members to create success — as each member defines it. Facilitators are the secret to thriving mastermind groups. 

Results are the key to success. The Up-Level Mastermind for Executive and Leadership Strategies works like this:


Create a Goal


Design a plan to achieve it


Collaborate with a group. Develop creative ideas and support wise decision making.

Begin to implement your plan.

You bring both success stories and problems to the group. Success stories are applauded (loudly!), and problems are solved through peer brainstorming and collective, creative thinking.

The Up-Level Mastermind for Executive and Leadership Strategies requires commitment, confidentiality, willingness to both give and receive advice and ideas, and to support each other with total honesty, respect and compassion. Each member acts as a catalyst for growth, as devil’s advocates and supportive colleagues. It is this refined and strategic interaction that is the essence and top value of the program.

Pricing: $997 One-Time Payment or 3 Payments of $370

What Comes With the Program?

12 weeks of live group calls


Mastermind group agenda

Facilitator to ensure deep and balanced conversations


Private 1 on 1 Executive and Leadership strategy session with one of our top coaches ($397 Value)

The Up-Level Mastermind for Executive and Leadership Strategies Playbook ($297 Value)

2 Bonus Up-Level Mastermind “Hot Seat” Group Sessions ($794 Value)

Bonus call with Guest Expert ($697)

The complete program has 16 live sessions – total to support rapid acceleration and accomplishment of your goal/objective.

Each Up-Level Mastermind is limited to only 5 participants per program, allowing you to have an intimate experience to support your project, goal, or objective.

Also, if you want to learn more about historic Masterminds check this out:

Napoleon Hill’s definition

The concept of the “master mind alliance” was introduced by Napoleon Hill in his book from the 1920s, The Law of Success, and expanded upon in his 1930s book, Think and Grow Rich. While Napoleon Hill called it a “master mind alliance,” it’s been shortened and modernized to “mastermind group.” Mastermind groups have been around since the beginning of time. Even Benjamin Franklin belonged to such a group, which he called a Junto. But it was Napoleon Hill who explained it clearly and encouraged people to gather in a structured, repeatable environment for the success of all. Napoleon Hill wrote about the mastermind group principle as:

“The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose, in the spirit of harmony.”

He continues…

“No two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible intangible force, which may be likened to a third mind [the master mind].”

There are examples of famous masterminds such as the Four Vagabonds, comprised of four famous Americans, all varying in age, personality, and perspective, who gathered each summer from 1915-1924 for travel and an extended camping trips. Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, and John Burroughs. They met for annual gatherings in the summer. These celebrities of the 20th Century were assigned roles to play in the organization and execution of the group’s meetings.