Welcome back Uncommon Leader nation. I'm putting these podcasts together for you, the uncommon leader, so that you can use this to equip you and go and grow more uncommon leaders. In essence champions who grow champions. We need a nation of uncommon leaders and you made to fill that need.
I appreciate that each episode I interview successful leaders that have a great story to tell.
In this specific episode, I changed things up just a little bit and chat with a couple of leaders. I chat with Dave Campbell, who I also interviewed in episode eight and also a new guest, my little younger, much better looking brother, Michael Gallagher. Michael the owner of GThree NC printing company in Charlotte, North Carolina. The three of us recently started a mastermind or accountability group. In John Lee Dumas' book,The Common Path to Uncommon Success, one of his suggestions chapter six was to start a mastermind, which he defines as three to four people meeting on a regular basis to work on your big idea with those people who inspire you and motivate you. Dave and Michael do that for me and I hope I do the same for them.
In this episode, we talk about how to run a mastermind, the frequency, the structure, the benefits and challenges. Maybe this conversation will inspire you to get into, or even start your own mastermind!
Stay in touch with Dave ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidalancampbel/ )and Michael (https://www.instagram.com/gthreenc/).
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