Hi everyone. I may have been a month or so late to joining this forum, but I’m excited to see that people are interested in participating in a mastermind to take action on their own goals and challenges others to do more than they can imagine doing on their own.
By way of mini-resume introduction, I’m essentially a consultant in the customer service and support space, most specifically working with big companies implementing Salesforce. I’ve been working with Salesforce for 15 years and consulting in it for about 8. I work for a Canadian company, though I live in Minnesota with my wife and two kids still at home. I travel quite a lot for work across North America. I’m a big fan of productivity, anything Apple makes, leadership podcasts, Day One, OmniFocus, and a whole bunch of other tools @MacSparky may or may not have influenced me to buy. I’m always looking at ways to improve myself and my team.
I tried starting a mastermind group a few years ago with a couple remote friends and while it was valuable, scheduling conflicts stifled it and we eventually folded. I enjoy listening to what is challenging to others and offering what advice I might have come across in my nearly 50 years on this big blue marble.
I would like to join a group, though I’m also willing to be the coordinator for one if we need to start another one. I’m got some experience in leading one, so I’m glad to do it again.
I’m learning Discourse, though I think at some point, it might be best if we employ some other tools to organize the intake and MM matching process, just so we’re clear what groups exist, when they meet, who is in them, and so on. I’m willing to take some of that on as well so @mikeschmitz doesn’t have to feel like the ringleader here. Whatever works, I’m game to help.