Why you should join a mastermind group (and how to run a super-successful one)

If you remember a certain British TV show, this photo is VERY funny. Otherwise...not so much.

If you remember a certain British TV show, this photo is VERY funny. Otherwise...not so much.

At the end of this post, we share all the document templates you need to get your own mastermind group off the ground. Scroll straight to the bottom to skip the small talk and grab the files! If you haven't come across the idea of a mastermind group before, it’s defined by growandimprove.com as: ..a small group that you meet with for the purpose of reinforcing growth and success. while offering support to one another. Which I always read as, “People sitting around talking about doing business because it’s easier…

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Steal these ideas!

Empty cafes will be a thing of the past if we get our way...

Empty cafes will be a thing of the past if we get our way...

We’re shared our “We’re too busy to implement ourselves, but PLEASE SOMEONE DO THIS” business ideas with you in the past, and they seemed to be quite a hit. So we thought we’d shared a few more. We’ve got too many projects on the go to validate them or do anything with them, but we’d really like to see them exist in the world. Let us know if you think so too! Idea 1: A new type of affiliate marketing network Background information Affiliate marketing is a way for a…

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How to handle criticism when you work with your spouse

When couples work together, strange things start happening to their faces...

When couples work together, strange things start happening to their faces...

Running a business with your spouse or partner is HARD. There’s the issue of where to draw the line between work and life. And there’s the scary realisation that if the business fails to make money, you don’t have another income to rely on. And THEN there’s the very real and not-to-be-underestimated hassle of dealing with each other’s constructive critiques in a vaguely grown-up way. Handling criticism from someone you’re in love with is so different from being criticised by a boss or colleague. There’s just so much more emotion…

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How to build an online community

Participating in existing groups is one thing, but in the last year we've actually created two groups from scratch – and while it's been a huge challenge, it's also been by far the most rewarding thing we've done since starting our Anywhereist journey. Want to create a group of your own? Our advice: do it! And to help you get started, this post will share some of the most important things we've learnt along the way. I won't get into the technology of online communities because there's no shortage of…

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How to hire and get the best out of your employees

We used to simultaneously live by and resent the mantra, “If you want something done right, do it yourself” – and whenever we hired employees or contractors, everything seemed to confirm that we really shouldn’t have bothered. All the time we were well aware that we were the problem: we were doing something wrong during the hiring process, or once they actually started working for us, or both. We didn’t really know what to do about it though, so we kind of gave up and accepted that we’d spend a…

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