We have something in common. We both have something we’d like to do and we think about it all the time. Instead of doing what needs to be done, we procrastinate by reading blogs, books and talking to people. Doing everything except what we are supposed to.
We also believe that our greatest breakthroughs and innovations resulted from conversations with other like-minded people. Imagine that you could have these conversations at anytime as well as get a peer advisory board, a brainstorming group, a personal accelerator and incubator all rolled into one.
Introducing Asyndicate (No, that’s not a typo, it is one word).
It is a community of people that do not want to get stuck working a job they don’t like. A place that was okay to do things differently, to take the road less travelled. In fact, we would encourage each other to do so. As well as set an example to inspire others. The fastest way to do things you think can’t be done, is to surround yourself with people already doing them.
“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
― Jim Rohn
You can choose to be around the people that tell you that it can’t be done, and tell you that you’re stupid for trying. Or surround yourself with the people that inspire possibility.
Each week, you’ll be requested to submit and update the group on your progress. This will include, what you’ve achieved since the last week, what you intend on achieving the next and the things you need help on. It’s very likely that someone else has got through what you’re going through now. If not, wouldn’t it be great to talk about it and share your journey?
Outside of the weekly updates, we can talk about anything and everything under the sun. We share a stories of things that worked, and things that didn’t. We also share resources that we believe the others will appreciate knowing about.
Every member brings a fresh perspective as well as their own unique experiences. By keeping each other accountable, we would be more likely to get things done, you sure as hell wouldn’t want to let the team down.
If you’re interested, head over to the landing page and sign up. Oh, and if you know someone who would love to be involved in something like this, please share it with them. If you don’t want to join Asyndicate, that’s totally fine by me, why not start your own?
If you’re curious about what other people say about a mastermind group, or wonder what else can it do for you, here are some links.
I started Asyndicate as I had trouble finding such a group that I could join. Never did I realise that there was a term for such an organisation, a mastermind group. And they say that it is almost impossible to chance upon the best mastermind group, so I decided to make my own.
Published on 8 Mar 2014 by Stanley Tan