Reset Your Brain by Masterminding with Successful Lawyers

Who do you spend your time with?  Are you surrounded by a group of people who are smart, positive and successful? Or, do you associate with lawyers who continuously complain about the economy, insurance companies, clients and any other supposed cause of their hard times?

If you want to win, then you need to hang out with winners.  If you want to lose, get the idea.  It’s really not a complicated concept.

It is imperative that you spend time with other people who will, in essence, reset your brain.  Napoleon Hill defines this practice as masterminding. 

A mastermind group is where you can interact with people who think “big” and are not afraid to apply new ideas to their practices.  They are always learning and looking for new opportunities. These are individuals who can “reset your brain.”

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We discussed masterminding extensively in the blog entry, A Mastermind Group Isn’t a Social Club, including all of the many benefits.  When you are a member of a mastermind group, you are surrounded by others who will hold you accountable to reaching your goals and will encourage you to succeed.

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Ben Glass
Ben is a nationally recognized expert in attorney marketing and the owner of Great Legal Marketing.
I read TAGR this year, and it's really brought to light some of the things I've thought about my peer groups and changed the way I've done business. There is a story out there about Tony Robbins and Mark Victor Hansen (Chicken Soup for the Soul). Both were at a speaking event, and at that time Tony was making about $500m a year and Mark was making about $5m a year. Mark goes up and speaks, and then Tony goes up an speaks. After they're done, Mark asks Tony: "How can I make the money you're making?" Tony responds: "Well, in your mastermind, where are you? Do you make the most, in the middle, or the least?" Mark says: "Well, in my mastermind, I make $5m, so I make the most." Tony responds "Well, in my mastermind, make the LEAST."
by dan nguyen November 12, 2010 at 12:53 AM
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