Marc Dussault - How to Create a Fun, Effective and Powerful MasterMind Group

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Marc Dussault - How to Create a Fun, Effective and Powerful MasterMind Group

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How to Create a Fun, Effective and Powerful MasterMind Group to Catapult You to Exponential Success

The concept of the MasterMind Group was formally introduced by Napoleon Hill in the early 1900s. In his timeless classic "Think and Grow Rich", he was the first to summarise, consolidate and document the organising principles (distinctions of success) of the most powerful, influential and financially successful people of that era.

Nearly every great achievement or massive fortune in history has been the product of a team of minds united in achieving the same, pre-defined goal. The American Declaration of Independence was the result of a MasterMind group, so was man's first powered flight, as well as man’s first flight into space and subsequently the moon.

In his seminal book, Dr. Hill defined the MasterMind principle as "The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose, in the spirit of harmony." He goes on to explain “Economic advantages may be created by any person who surrounds himself with the advice, counsel and personal cooperation of a group of people who are willing to lend him/her wholehearted aid, in a spirit of perfect harmony.” Furthermore, he introduces the key exponential construct behind the MasterMind principle as “no two minds ever come together without, thereby, creating a third, invisible, intangible force which may be likened to a third mind.” This is due in large part to our predisposition as social beings to “take on the nature and habits and the power of thought of those with whom we associate in spirit of sympathy and harmony.”

This reference manual encapsulates and synthesises all of the steps required to create a MasterMind Group, including where to find members, how to manage the group as well as administer the unique style of meetings that foster, embrace and encourage creative idea generation, development and deployment.

About the Author

Dr. Marc R. Dussault is an award-winning author, recipient of several marketing awards, an Entrepreneur of the Year Award finalist, a serial entrepreneur and an accomplished business executive. Founder of numerous successful businesses, Dr. Dussault has experience in a wide variety of industries and geographic regions including North America, Europe, Australia and Asia Pacific. Dr. Dussault has been a public company CEO and director, as well as Business Development Manager of a global IT software company.

A Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, Dr. Dussault is also the recipient of the highly acclaimed Company Directors Course Diploma 2005 bestowed upon him by the well respected Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Combining a unique blend of academic excellence in engineering, business and law with an entrepreneurial flair and breadth of experience acquired over the past 25 years, Dr. Dussault has consulted to hundreds of entrepreneurial companies as an exponential growth strategist to assist business owners to unshackle themselves from the day-to-day operations of their companies, catapult their success and achieve personal and financial freedom.


  • When did the mastermind group concept originate
  • Mastermind group definitions
  • What a mastermind group is not
  • Defining a purpose for your mastermind
  • First meeting of a newly found group
  • Purpose and methodology
  • Mastermind group types
  • Ideas for selecting the most effective, powerful and engaging contributors for your mastermind group
  • Screening potential mastermind group members
  • How many members should you have?
  • Benefits for mastermind group members
  • How does a mastermind group work?
  • Trust and harmony – essential building blocks of effective mastermind groups
  • Sustainability – the ultimate component of successful mastermind groups
  • Rules of engagement for successful mastermind group meetings
  • Endnotes