Contra Costa SBDCPleasant Hill, CA

Business Master Mind Class for Women Entrepreneurs - Hercules

Business Master Mind Class for Women Entrepreneurs - Hercules

Tuesday, October 1, 2019 6:00pm to 8:00pm
No Cost


Designed for entrepreneurs and existing small business owners looking to grow professionally and personally. In a community of supportive peers, we will discuss tools we all need for professional success.


Workshop Outline – 1st Session



§  Facilitator introduction

§  Discuss Mastermind Group purpose

§  Introductions (name & business)

§  Housekeeping (facility, NDA, etc.)

Examining Our Fears


Identify what is holding us back and resolve to face it.

§  Icebreaker

§  Discuss F.E.A.R.

§  S.A.C. your FEAR!

§  Learn to become accountable to yourself


Looking Within


Identify our purpose to help live a life that is true to our core values.

§  Gain perspective – define your “Why”

§  What is your Personal Statement?


4. Do You Know Your "Why?"

How To Structure A Personal Statement?



Create context for next meeting.


§  Discuss and choose enrichment topic(s) for next meeting

§  Identify two (2) participants that would like to bring forth their business case / pain points for sharing

§  Hand out homework worksheets for next meeting


Homework (completing the worksheets)

Oscar Dominguez
(925) 671-4570
Hercules Library
109 Civic Drive
Hercules, CA 94547

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