“When two or more people coordinate in a spirit of harmony and work toward a definite objective or purpose, they place themselves in position, through the alliance, to absorb power directly from the great storehouse of Infinite Intelligence.” – Napoleon Hill
He wrote that in his book “the law of success” and I still remember the exact page and time when i read it. Why? Two heads are always better than one, right? When it comes to problem solving or creating a result.
This process is called masterminding.
Napoleon Hill wrote about this in 1937 about the world’s richest industrialists who harnessed their power together to former a mastermind group.
Andrew Carnegie had a mastermind group.
Harris Ford did, too. Ford would actually mastermind with other brilliant thinkers such as Thomas Edison and Harvey Firestone at their winter mansions in Fort Myers, Florida.
It’s the universal power. The infinite intelligence. When a mastermind group, of any sort, is working in perfect harmony, the vibrational frequency is unmatched. This actually happened to me the for the first time just speaking with a samaritan at 24-hour fitness in Las Vegas. Eli and I were talking exactly about the laws of the universe, and after the conversation, I remember driving home electrified. The energy within me probably could’ve been seen illuminating and I’ve never had that overwhelming feeling of joy and bliss before at that time. I knew then that something special had taken place.
The basic philosophy of this is basically anything that could be achieved in less time. These people would come together weekly, biweekly, or monthly – to share ideas, thoughts, information, feedback, contact, and resources.
This group can be composed of people all drawn from your own profession, or composed of people from a variety of walks of life. It could be a focus on business issues or personal issues, or even both.
In my podcast, I talk more about how to assemble a mastermind group, what the ideal size is, and conducting a mastermind meeting – not to mention having an accountability partner. So, if you’re interested in forming this specific group, listen to my podcast down below.
Podcast – https://www.spreaker.com/episode/9273105