We continue our conversation with Liz Scully and explore getting the most out of a mastermind. Spoiler alert, it is engagement. This is one of those areas in life where you get out what you put in and (hopefully) more. While we talk primarily about what makes a good mastermind group, we keep pointing to the goal of making it worth the investment of each member. The result at the end of a group is not to give the members advice. The goal is to have each member walk away more accomplished and self-sufficient.

Getting The Most Out Of A Mastermind Comes From Engagement

You will hear the word “engagement” a few times in our discussion, and the worst of the “A” words… accountability. Yes, a mastermind takes a while (a year or more) and can be a slog. However, we have daily and weekly tasks and goals for our business. The group aims to help us meet those goals and define the best ones for moving forward. That means we are pushed to both get things done and intelligently choose new things to put on our plate. Thus, we get the most value when we engage with our group and accomplish the tasks we set for ourselves.

About Liz

She spent 20 years working on big Hollywood films. It led to her winning an Emmy, and she had work that is multi-Oscar nominated.

Now, she is a business strategist and a Mastermind coach. She loves helping entrepreneurs have more fun with their business. That is why she has the daft (in her words) – yet fabulous – brand “Evil Coach” alongside her more sensible Mastermind biz, Rethink Central.

She is Irish, nomadic, and as confused as everyone else about why she has an English accent.

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Check out the content and view the links. You will learn more about her unique approach to helping build better businesses and leaders.

Rob Broadhead

Rob is a founder of, and frequent contributor to, Develpreneur. This includes the Building Better Developers podcast. He is also a lifetime learner as a developer, designer, and manager of software solutions. Rob is the founder of RB Consulting and has managed to author a book about his family experiences and a few about becoming a better developer. In his free time, he stays busy raising five children (although they have grown into adults). When he has a chance to breathe, he is on the ice playing hockey to relax or working on his ballroom dance skills.

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