Why you should become a Mastermind

Jul 19


Leonard J. Roos

Leonard J. Roos

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Have you ever wondered why the head of a company gets paid so
much more than for example,Why you should become a Mastermind Articles specialists in the company such as
an engineer? Is it because he knows every job in the company?
No I don't think so. He may have a general idea about what is
going on in every department but that usually is it.

I believe it is because he knows or is supposed to know how to
lead, organize, manage and bring together, different units to
efficiently function as one. I call such a person a mastermind
and I believe that anyone can become one.

As a mastermind you don't need to know everything about a
company or an area of business you wish to venture in. A
little bit is helpful but not necessary.

People think to become spectacularly successful you need to be
highly educated or a genius. I will show you in this short
article that you don't need either to become successful beyond
your wildest dreams in any area you may choose.

Let me give you a real-life example of someone who didn't know
everything yet achieved a lot in many different areas. I'm
sure you've heard of British billionaire Sir Richard Branson.
One of the first ventures that Branson got involved in was the
music industry. Was he a musician? No! Did he know how the
music industry worked? No! He didn't know much about the music
industry except perhaps that there was a lot of money to be made.

Branson started Virgin Records and made a lot of money in a
short time. Next he launched an airline called Virgin
Atlantic. Following this Branson launched a number of other
ventures including a soft drink, Virgin Cola, as well as
Fitness clubs. Did Branson know a lot about these industries
he got involved in? The answer is again no!

So as the example of Sir Richard Branson clearly illustrates,
you can venture into virtually any industry and make a success
of it without knowing too much about it. All you need is the
ability to identify needs and to capitalize on them coupled
with a fervent desire to succeed.

How is this possible you may ask? Let me tell you how and why
this is possible! There are and always will be people with
skills and qualifications who will need someone to provide
them with a job. As a mastermind you can become that someone.

We all know what happened after September 11, when airlines
and other firms started to downsize. Thousands and thousands
of highly qualified people were laid off to roam the streets
looking for jobs. Thousands more left college and joined the
thousands already on the streets hoping to find a job. Those
who are already masterminds capitalized on this opportunity
and if you were one, you could too.

Here's what you need to do in order to become a mastermind:
a.. First you need to identify a need in the marketplace or
b.. Set-up the framework to capitalize on that need (company)
c.. Find the people with the skills (victims of downsizing,
college graduates)
d.. Trigger the demand by advertising your service/product
e.. Supply the resulting demand
In the end you create a win-win situation for all. As a mastermind
you identify a need and exploit the skills of these highly qualified
individuals. They in turn get a job, which they didn't have and for
which they and their families will be eternally grateful to you.
There's a great need for individuals to become masterminds and
positively change not only their own lives, but also of many
others whose lives would otherwise not change.

Do you want to become a mastermind? Then go and become it!