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Hi, I’m Karyn Greenstreet.
Today I’m a thriving entrepreneur who’s fortunate to be working on loads of cool projects, but that wasn’t always the case.
I was dissatisfied.
That’s how all the best evolutions start, right? With someone’s dissatisfaction.
Well, my brand of dissatisfaction led me to Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. While it was practical, I had trouble making it gel with my real-world situation. I moved on to Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich … and learned about his concept for mastermind alliances.
I knew that his idea was the perfect fit for what I wanted to create in my life.
So I started my first mastermind group around Covey’s 7 Habits, and that combo made the 7 Habits material come to life for me and my mastermind group members.
I was working hard to create a better life, to implement stronger habits: I wanted to surround myself with other people who were focused on those things, too.
I knew instinctively that via the power of proximity, these people and I could support and encourage each other. We could shorten the learning curve by sharing best practices. Through peer brainstorming, we’d find our way to unique insights and new pathways to our goals.
We’d challenge and refine one another.
Most importantly, we could hold each other accountable – in a straightforward but warm way – to take the next actions needed to craft the lives and careers we’d envisioned for ourselves.
Just one mastermind group.
That’s all it took for me to be all-in … my brain lit up. I’m driven by working with people, helping them get what they want in a more effective way by showing them things they don’t know. Because of this, mastermind groups spoke to me in a fundamental way.
It turns out that I have an instinctive knack for matching people. That first experience kicked off a decade stuffed full of mastermind groups with me at the helm. During this time, people kept asking me about how to start and maintain their own mastermind groups.
I taught my first class on mastermind group creation and facilitation in 2004.
In addition to being a small business consultant and mastermind group facilitator for twenty years, I’m an entrepreneur who has started and run five small businesses since 1981 … three of which I’ve sold.
In 20 years of being a small business consultant, I’ve coached and taught over 280,000 people: From solo business owners to business owners with 200 employees, these professionals hail from over 100 industries, and countries all over the planet.
I’m also the author of How to Create a For-Profit Mastermind Group, as well as a contributing author to three books:
I’ve written over 50 student guides and books across a swath of topics like success and motivation, business skills, and software education. I’ve been quoted in publications like Entrepreneur and The New York Times. According to Google, I’ve been quoted tens of thousands of times on the internet, too.
I currently have a few spots open for people eager to maximize their potential. I’d love to talk to you about how I can help you achieve forward movement with your mastermind groups, without the overwhelm that can sometimes bring. If you’re interested in working with me or booking a speaking engagement, please contact me today.