I’m a member of a mastermind peer group. These people have become my trusted confidants. They have helped me make my business better by providing me with a sounding board for new ideas, how to solve challenges, and resolving thought blocks. It’s an NDA situation where we are all comfortable telling each other anything. When you’re in a group like this, overtime these people become your lifelong friends. One of our members recently left as he’s taking a off-IT tack in his business and the reaction of one member “I feel like I’ve just lost a sibling” spoke for us all.
I have relied on Amy for coaching and consulting for many years and I’m grateful to have her as a resource. – Karl Palachuk
If you’d like to have a trusted group of business friends that can help guide you through any problem, then you need to join a mastermind peer group.
- Meet once a month
- Led by Ed Gallagher and Amy Babinchak both long time MSP owners and Microsoft MVPs
- Semi-Annual guest expert-talk
- 6 members per group
- 90 minute sessions
- On-going conversations between members
- $200 per month
I can’t stress enough just how valuable being a member of peer group has been to my business growth and maturity.
How do the groups run?
These groups are not random conversation. They are structured. Some groups will have a mentor. The group may occasionally have a guest advisor. Each person gives a short update. This is usually a “what’s new” moment. Then each person is given time for an ask. The time is strictly kept so that no one ever hogs the group and everyone is given equal time. Members keep each other accountable.
What’s unique about Third Tier’s groups? Each group will have a mentor. Ed Gallagher is our Peer group mentor. Semi-annually a topic will be chosen for the groups to gather and hear from an expert speaker. Between, Ed, the expert speakers and your peers these groups will become an invaluable resource and a highlight of your monthly business activities.
Some of our groups will run for a specific duration of time and focus on a particular topic. By request, our first topic will be making the transition away from RMM and always on remote access.
We are taking self-nominations. Once we have enough people to form a group of 6 we’ll get started. Please fill out this form to tell us a bit about yourself, your challenges and location.