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“I have always been one for going against the current group think but also realize that I have blind spots. Having the ability to pull together the sophisticated investors to make the right investments is how we will collectively beat everyone on the outside.”

Lane Kawaoka, Ali’ Mastermind Member and Facilitator

What is a Mastermind?

The term Mastermind was first coined in 1925 by Napoleon Hill in his book “Think and Grow Rich.”

A Mastermind is a peer-mentoring group of highly motivated individuals, who agree to help hold each other accountable (Iron sharpers Iron).

Successful people who meet together to help one another grow and achieve common goals.

Think Bigger when you are surrounded by others who also Think Big!

Benefits of Membership

  • Learn more of what really matters… faster with fewer costly mistakes
  • Just ONE great idea, relationship, or expensive mistake avoided, can pay for your dues
  • Be amongst other serious folks who have put their money where their mouth
  • Accelerate your personal growth by connecting with other high achievers
  • Shelter yourself from money drunk “Bad Actors” and join the “Border Collie Wolfpack”

What you get being a part of the Mastermind

  • 2-Hour quarterly video calls with Active Investors who have $100,000+ skin in the game in Hui Deal Pipeline Club Projects
  • Messenger Chat Access
  • Access to secret library of resources (videos, pdfs, trainings) for a full year – Personal improvement & Real estate focus
  • Priority access to deal flow.First right of refusal to wholesale deals or syndications I come across before it reaches the 950+ Hui Deal Pipeline Club members.
  • 25% discount to future Mastermind Retreat in Hawaii
  • Admittance into Secret Facebook group to facilitate collaboration

Your commitment as part of the Mastermind

  • Interaction in the Facebook group
  • Commitment to collaboration and sharing
  • A requirement to sign a non-solicitation, non-circumvent. A safe environment.
  • Share the values to get people out of wall street into hard assets, cashflow, via subsidized leverage
  • This is not coaching. Info about coaching go to
  • Learn to be a good member here

Examples of our past masterminds

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Examples from History

Theodore Roosevelt organized a Tennis Cabinet

This group of tennis players included certain friends, diplomats and power brokers. They would regularly meet to play tennis and discuss important world and national issues. Roosevelt relied on them for their insight and wisdom, helping him to form decisions that impacted the lives of millions.

Benjamin Franklin’s The Leather Apron Club’s (The Junto)

Purpose was to debate questions of morals, politics, and natural philosophy, and to exchange knowledge of business affairs. He formed the Junto, a social and self-improvement study group for young men that met every Friday to debate morality, philosophy and other related topics. This elite group of intellectuals were at the core of Philadelphia politics and cultural life for some time, helping Franklin to form a new republic that would change the world.

Henry Ford organized a group he called The Vagabonds

This group included Ford, Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone and John Burroughs. Every summer they would take road trips to camp or hike. During those road trips they would discuss and debate various business, scientific and technological issues facing them.

Ray Dalio

Global leader in institutional portfolio management and the largest hedge fund in the world thoughts on the right kind of group-think

Other Famous Mastermind Groups

There have been many influential groups throughout history that were based on the mastermind principle;
● The Inklings – CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien
● Nine Old Men – Disney
● Knights of the Roundtable – King Arthur
● The Junto – Benjamin Franklin
● The Vagabonds – Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, Warren Harding
● The Tennis Cabinet – Theodore Roosevelt
● The Inklings – CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien
● Nine Old Men – Disney
● Knights of the Roundtable – King Arthur
● Carnegie Steel Company – Andrew Carnegie

Many well known highly successful people advocate for the power of Mastermind Groups;
● Jack Canfield – “Chicken Soup for the Soul” Author
● Neil Patel – Crazy Egg, Kissmetrics
● Pat Flynn – Smart Passive Income Founder
● Dean Graziosi – Investor, Speaker, TV Personality
● Joe Polish – Marketer, The Secret
● Grant Cardone – Investor, Author, Speaker
● Jack Canfield – “Chicken Soup for the Soul” Author
● Neil Patel – Crazy Egg, Kissmetrics
● Pat Flynn – Smart Passive Income Founder
● Dean Graziosi – Investor, Speaker, TV Personality
● Joe Polish – Marketer, The Secret
● Grant Cardone – Investor, Author, Speaker


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How to Mastermind Better


Have a structure or predetermined agenda is a vital component to make the most of the time invested.

Each member understands how much time is allotted for starting the meeting, speaking during hot
seat rotation and closing the meeting out. If members stay on track, everyone gets an equal opportunity to get support from the group.

Benjamin Franklin’s Junto meetings used a list of 20 questions. The most common meeting structure which is the hot-seat format. Each member has an opportunity to share the challenges they are facing and ask questions of the group for a set amount of time. Some mastermind groups use a rotating hot seat each week to ensure that everyone gets their own time.

Popular Formats:
● Hotseat/Spotlight – Equal Time
● Hotseat/Spotlight – Round Robbin
● Hotseat/Spotlight – Single Member Focus
● Presentation/Training
● Topic Based Discussion
● Open Discussion

Many groups combine different element of the formats above to create their own customized agenda please give feedback to on what you found most effective for our group. While there may be pros and cons to different methods, there is no question that having some structure in place will dramatically improve your results.

Goal Setting

The Mastermind does wonders for problem-solving but without goals or objectives there is on conduit for the magic.Here is a bit of suto-science but studies have shown that accountability can increase your chances of reaching a goal by 85 percent.

  • Hear an idea: 10%
  • Consciously decide to adopt it: 25%
  • Decide when you will do it: 40%
  • Plan how you will do it: 50%
  • Commit to someone else you will do it: 65%
  • Have a specific accountability appointment: 95%

Put yourself in the right place to succeed!

Here is the toolbox of goal setting frameworks:

  • S.M.A.R.T. = Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound
  • Pain/Pleasure = A.K.A. The Tony Robbins method. List both the positive outcome of accomplishing the goal and also the negative outcome of not accomplishing the goal
  • the ONEthing = Using the “focusing question” from the book the ONEthing by Gary W. Keller & Jay Papasan “What is the one thing that I can do such that by doing it everything else become easier or unnecessary?”

Record Keeping

Its easy to get caught up in the magic of a Mastermind (especially while drinking fine wine or whisky).

But groups can fizzle out even if they were initially effective.

For the success of a group to achieve longevity, it’s imperative there is a way for members to look back and track how they’ve performed over time. 

By analyzing your goals, you can also determine what needs to change or what brings success. Imagine looking back at how you set goals a year ago to identify trends. You might find goals written in a specific format get completed more often than others. Maybe you tended to set overwhelming goals when you weren’t able to achieve them.

Our shared private database of Mastermind notes and goals is keep to future success and helps new members get integrated with senior members.  

Mastermind Instructions:

1) Think about your problem? It is not a time to talk about yourself to try to sound cool.
2) Hot seat with 20-30 minutes
3) Be conscious if you all too much. It is my observation that most people speak too little. Put yourself out there, play full out, this is not your day job.
4) 100% confidential and non-compete
5) we will break when we are tired
6) ideal outcome
7) accept the fact that you have blind spots
8) wrap up hot seat with a clear action plan
ICE matrix – rate Impact, Confidence, Ease