6 | Bar hopping with Tim Ferriss

Not long ago I flew into San Francisco to mastermind with some heavy hitters.

The group consisted of John Lee Dumas from Entrepreneur on Fire,

Greg Hickman from Mobile Mixed,

And Rick Mulready from the Art of Paid Traffic (and our Facebook Ads guru)

We rented a beautiful, modern, SanFran house next to some famous park (whose name I can’t remember for the life of me) for a few days and got right to masterminding.

Each person would get a turn presenting a problem we were having in our businesses and everyone else would talk about all the different solutions they could think up to fix the problem.

Then, each person would share tips, secret resources, and big breakthroughs so we could all benefit from them.

This went on all of the first day and then the evening was time to ‘party’ mastermind with a bunch of internet business people who live in San Francisco.

There are a lot…

The late, great Scott Dinsmore of Live Your Legend and Andrew Warner of Mixergy and a handful of other well-known influencers joined us at a crazy bar/mini-golf/burger joint.

The second day was filled with insights and big breakthroughs, and we had a special guest in the afternoon.

He lived only a few blocks from our secret mastermind lair.

I didn’t know Tim Ferriss was supposed to be joining us, but there was a knock at the door and he strolled in.

Tims the author of Tools of titans and all the 4-hour books, like four our chef and four our body.

I hadn’t seen Tim in person since I first met him back in 2007 when he asked to be on my podcast to pitch a little ol’ book called, The Four Hour Work Week.

(I said no cause we already had a productivity guy, the book became huge, and of course I changed my mind. He did our show a couple months later from his bathroom while he was having a large birthday party at his house, but that’s another story…)

We spent the entire afternoon getting in-depth and personal with Tim, his business, and some of the investment opportunities he was currently looking into.

This continued on throughout the night and into the next morning as Tim showed us around the thriving food and bar scene.

The specifics of what is said in a mastermind is confidential and if you share them with others you’ll never be invited again, but I can tell you one mindset shift I had from what Tim shared.

He was playing at such a high level and had so many possibilities when it came to business that he had a very specific rule when it came to analyzing new ventures.

Keep in mind, Tim is very public about being one of the first round of investors in Uber, so he is playing a different level than the rest of us.

His rule was that the new venture had to make at least 10 million dollars a year for him to take the time to consider it.

No joke, he had so many offers at that level, he wouldn’t consider anything not in that realm.

I was amazed to hear that, to say the least.

What it made me do is shift my mindset to 10x everything I was considering.

I had a goal to help 10,000 entrepreneurs get their freedom business started, which I hit, and I decided to 10x that to 100,000!

I hadn’t decided to do the Freedom Club yet, but it came from my commitment to take all my goals to 10x.

That’s what masterminds can do for you.

Open your mind.

Get fantastic advice.

Know you’re not alone.

Help you solve a problem by having other like minds solve it with you.

Mastermind groups are awesome.

The Freedom Club wouldn’t exist if I hadn’t been pushed in my mastermind.

They are so important I added a Mastermind Group to the Freedom Club membership!

So, join us and mastermind with other like-minded, smart entrepreneurs right now:
http://www.FreedomClubVIP.com

I can’t wait to see you on the inside!

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