Not Your Grandfather’s Mastermind Group

You’ve probably witnessed this on multiple occasions browsing social media.

A big-time online business thought leader rolls out a mastermind group.

The aesthetics are on point.

The promises are out of this world.

Through clever copy, YouTube videos, or snazzy graphics he’s finally able to convince you and a handful of other aspiring entrepreneurs to fork over thousands of your hard-earned dollars to pay for his mastermind course.

There’s nothing wrong with that.

So, you enroll in the mastermind.

You attend the virtual sessions.

They’re filled with tons of actionable information that help you out at first.

The hot seat sessions where you peers held you accountable for your work, also came in handy.

Listening to like-minded people with similar goals make progress always kept you motivated to press on.

Although your business grew, you eventually hit a plateau.

Some of the advice shared in the mastermind group was somewhat helpful but not enough to take you over the hump.

You begin to have second doubts about the mastermind.

“Am I really getting my money’s worth?”, you ask.

But the organizer of the mastermind rolls out applications for this new conference.

In it, there will be some big names in your business niche.

It will be held in a swanky hotel and will have some neat social events where you can mingle with the attendees and speakers.

The conference costs a pretty penny, but it’s likely worth it just for the contacts and information being shared, so you secure your spot for the conference.

You arrive at the event, and you’re automatically impressed by the venue.

The organizers did not disappoint when it came to the refreshments and social activity.

Then came the speeches.

The first talk involved one online entrepreneur making an interesting pitch for his premium services.

He was a fantastic speaker and confidently broke down how his program would benefit online business players.

You were quite impressed.

The next talk was also about how to grow your business with a particular expert’s brand-new program.

Not as impressive, but the guy knew what he was talking about.

Then came another talk that ended with a pitch.

After some time, you started picking up on a pattern.

This entire event was one big pitch fest.

Even the keynote speech.

To be sure, the keynote speech was energetic and filled with passion. But you didn’t really learn anything of substance from the speakers that would help your business reach the next level.

The social events afterwards were very solid, and you met some interesting people who shared similar goals as you.

But deep down you knew something was off.

As you left the conference, reality started to set in.

The entire event was a giant letdown.

By the time of the next mastermind meeting, you realize that you’re stagnating.

You begin asking the uncomfortable question: “Did I spend tens of thousands of dollars to be talked at and sold for an entire weekend?”

Here’s the thing, many people have encountered similar experiences with mastermind groups.

Let’s call a spade a spade, the overwhelming majority of mastermind groups have deformed into glorified hotel conferences.

Tons of money spent with no results to show for when it comes to your social life, health, and money.

That’s what the mastermind group landscape looks like these days.

But that has completely changed after I teamed up with Robert Kiyosaki, Ken McElroy, and George Gammon to form The Collective Mastermind.

The Collective Mastermind is an elite social club that fills the massive void in the mastermind space.

You see, we have an ace up our sleeve.

The who.

No, I’m not referring to the rock band.

The who is the Rolodex of prominent contacts in The Collective Mastermind network.

Real estate tycoons, political bigwigs, proven investors, and even celebrities.

You see, a lot of people in the online business space teach skills.

There’s nothing wrong with that.

When you’re starting out, you’ll need to develop skills to show you can provide value to others.

For example, I teach people how to use income properties to build consistent cash flows and a rock solid real estate portfolio.

But I’ll be the first to admit, this will only take you so far.

If you want to reach new heights, you must have an x-factor.

At The Collective Mastermind that x-factor is the entrepreneurs, investors, political contacts, and celebrities who you’ll be breaking bread with if you’re accepted into our inner circle.

These guys will be providing you with wealth-building tips, life hacks, and new contacts that would make the nobility of yesteryear green with envy.

As we all know, you’re the average of the five people you surround yourself with.

If you surround yourself with elite company, you will get elite results.

That’s the power of the who.

The how will make you relatively successful but the who will take you to unimaginable levels of success.

We’re going to hold our first retreat on ​​November 5 to 7 in Scottsdale, Arizona. A significant portion of our elite network will be in attendance.

Believe me this cast will be star-studded.

Just take a peek at some of the speakers who will be in attendance:

Yours Truly, Jason Hartman: Real Estate Investor, Host of the Creating Wealth Show. I have presided over several thousand real estate transactions and have owned income properties in 11 states and 17 cities.

Robert Kiyosaki: The author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, the #1 personal finance book of all time. He has challenged and changed the way tens of millions of people around the world think about money.

Ken McElroy: Ken McElroy has generated over $750 million investment dollars in real estate. He shares his expertise with millions of people around the world through his YouTube channel. Ken also shares his knowledge as the Real Estate Advisor to Robert Kiyosaki of The Rich Dad Company.

George Gammon: George Gammon is a real estate investor and serial entrepreneur. He has remodeled and flipped 40+ properties across the globe. Today, he manages a multi-million-dollar real estate portfolio, and interviews the world’s top experts in their respective fields on his YouTube channel.

Mark Victor Hansen: The author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series and brand, setting world records in book sales, with over 500 million books.

Kari Lake: Former anchor for Fox 10 News in Phoenix and candidate for Governor of Arizona.

Michael Curtis Watrip: An American former professional stock car racing driver, racing commentator, and published author.

Robert Barnes: Lawyer extraordinaire who has a long track record of defending high profile individuals like actor Wesley Snipes and radio show host Alex Jones from state persecution.

Again, you’ll get to listen to AND meet these speakers at The Collective Mastermind’s inaugural event from November 5 to 7 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

But I warn you, applications are closing quickly.

If you believe that you have the elite profile that we’re looking for, please fill out the quick application below: