Author and personal development coach Steve Barnes begins a series of posts discussing the “Mastermind” concept–a technique of gathering and consolidating resources necessary for attaining goals. He starts off with describing a very cool NLP/visualization exercise he did with his daughter to help her overcome a performance block.
Via Dar Kush:
“The mastermind is the only known means of overcoming a lack of ability.”–Napoleon Hill.
A critical concept, whether we look at an individual, a couple, or a crowd. Whether the goals are internal or external, whether they are artistic, commercial or spiritual.
This is so critical that I want to concentrate my thoughts here for a while. The primary definition of a “Mastermind” is: two or more people working together in a spirit of perfect harmony to support shared or separate goals.
Let’s relate it simply to the first basic levels: An individual.
The Eriksonian “Parts Party” is designed to create alignment between the different aspects of our personality.