A keystone component of the work we do is our online community-building meetings called MasterMind Groups. The concept of the MasterMind was formally introduced by Napolean Hill in the early 1900s. Hill defined the MasterMind principle as: “The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose, in the spirit of harmony.” In other words, a MasterMind group is a type of peer advisory board, where members of the group come together to tap into the experience and skills of each other, to provide instant and valuable support, to problem solve, and to encourage others that have like-minded goals. Gathering with others who face the same decisions as you do in your church helps give perspective on tough decisions, encouragement during ministry challenges and accountability towards your progress.

In an effective and transforming MasterMind group, each person’s participation is key. Your peers give you feedback; you brainstorm possibilities, you share best practices and even set up accountability structures that keep you focused and on track with your goals. Facilitated by trained members of the Faithtree team, MasterMinds create a community of supportive colleagues who will innovate together to move each person in the group to new heights.

MasterMinds are like having your own personal board of directors.

If you’d like to know more about our upcoming MasterMinds, send us a note here.