When you want meaning and money from your business, surround yourself with business owners growing together.
Author Jack Canfield believes we become the sum of the five people we spend the most time with. So look around. Do you have:
People who know exactly what it’s like to be a business owner?
A source of new thinking to break old patterns?
A secret wish to get more from your business?
Surround yourself with 11 other owners committed to growing too. Become the sum of some best parts, and join a Circle of Trust.
See what’s inside a Circle in this mock Circle of Trust webcast:
If you’ve wondered what goes on inside a Circle of Trust, my peer advisory think tank for business owners on the grow, now’s your chance to find out! Just like a real Circle, minus the “Trust” since this is visible online, you’ll meet three real Circlers sharing ideas for respective topics. Dan Danford, Family Investment Center (7:33), has a client communications question; Elizabeth Rosin, Rosin Preservation (20:00), wonders if she’s ready to add that next employee; and Brett Wacha, Clickfarm Interactive (31.25), is changing to serve their most ideal client. Eavesdrop on our conversation and see what it’s like on the inside!
What is a Circle of Trust?
Circle of Trust is the peer advisory and think-tank I host for business owners on the grow. Members say they can’t imagine their lives without their Circle. It’s group therapy for business owners, with profit-making technical advice, and B12 rolled into a two-hour monthly meeting. When you want meaning and money from your business, surround yourself with business owners rolling in the same direction.
How does the Circle of Trust work?
A Circle of 12 members commits to a minimum of one year, meeting at the same time and place each month for two hours. Circles comprise non-competing members, and each signs confidentiality agreements to assure true trust. Members share personal and business goals, challenges and opportunities, and experience-based advice.
Circle of Trust membership includes:
- My facilitation, expertise, and contagious enthusiasm – making Circle the best value for working with me personally;
- Peers’ insights and moral support;
- Private Google Circle for connecting dots between meetings;
- Written documentation of confidential, personalized advice, action items, and resources – all archived in a safe place for future reference!
Meet the business owners currently enrolled in Circle of Trust
and view available meeting dates.
How do I enter the Circle of Trust?
Finding a peer group and working with them, intentionally and on a regular schedule, might be the single biggest boost your career can experience. —Seth Godin best-selling author
To qualify for my current Circle openings: you’ll want meaning as much as money from your growing business and be committed to monthly attendance. If space is available in a Circle that fits your schedule and unique industry, I’ll confirm your admission with an invoice for the annual membership fee of $2000. You can begin the following month. I’ll hope to see you ‘round soon!