If you want to grow more personally and professionally, you need to join (or start) a mastermind. Aaron Walker explains the never-ending power of a mastermind group in this episode.

The Never-Ending Power of a Mastermind with Aaron Walker

Aaron Walker has seen more than most in business and in life. When we don’t have any purpose and where there is no meaning in our lives, we quickly become depressed and unhealthy?. He’s been through this after selling his multiple businesses. In this episode, Aaron shares a very personal story about a life-changing event that has led him to coaching and leading mastermind groups.

Aaron Walker has been involved in mastermind groups for two decades! He dives deep into the topic with us today. He runs us through his AARP model. (Association, Accountability Resources, and Perspective) Aaron says the best thing you can do is to share your intentions for life and business with the people in your mastermind.

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Aaron Walker said a lot about the never-ending power of a mastermind in this episode, here are a few of the key questions/answered provided throughout this episode:

Is a mastermind group for me?

If you want to grow personally and professionally, then a mastermind is for you. If you prefer doing things alone, then it’s not for you. However, if you are the loner type, you need to rethink your mentality. You will always go further in a mastermind – It’s for you if you want to grow. ?

How can I find a good mastermind group for me?

A healthy mastermind is all about finding a group that lines up with your core values. In a healthy mastermind, you leave no stone unturned. You need to talk about everything. Personal, business, faith, and all the details in between. Some of the conversations are even uncomfortable. This is about diving deep!

How do I lead a healthy mastermind group?

The overall success of a mastermind is determined by the facilitator. The group will match the facilitators’ transparency. If you want your members to start sharing, you have to share first. (Even if you’re not the leader, be willing to share.)

About Aaron Walker:

Businessman and Life Coach, Aaron Walker, has inspired many through his leadership, mentorship, and consistent pursuit of excellence. He enjoys helping others and believes experience is a great teacher. 39 years of entrepreneurship and marriage have given Aaron a wealth of experience. Aaron continues to reach new heights and broaden his perspective of the terrain by examining his experiences and growing from them.

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