The Advocates Board Room is a powerful mastermind group of experienced law firm owners that meet on a regular basis to help each other succeed.
The Mission of the Advocates Board Room is to give "like-minded" law firm owners a tremendous opportunity to brainstorm, collaborate and mastermind on the best strategies and techniques to achieve their personal and professional goals on a regular basis.
Step by Step
Since many people have never really experienced a mastermind, and since many folks don't really know the process or how to benefit, here is a step by step guide to get you through the process.
Here are some of the things we know . . . . .
-There will always be challenges to overcome, strategies to implement, and new ideas to be tested.
Surrounding yourself with a great group of attorneys and colleagues will undoubtedly help you achieve your personal and professional goals quicker, faster, and more efficiently.
Step 1 - Apply:
-When you make a conscious effort to submit your application for membership, then we will know you are serious about learning more about this extremely valuable and productive concept. The application is simply designed to give us a guide on where you are, and where you would like to go. It's quick, easy and effective.
Step 2 - Interview:
-Once your application has been submitted it will be reviewed by our leadership team, and once approved, you will receive an email to set up an interview. During the interview, we will be discussing the program and your goals and expectations about participating in this powerful mastermind retreat.
Step 3 - Approval:
-Once your interview is completed and your application to participate has been approved, you will receive an invitation to join for an upcoming mastermind Board Meeting.
-After you attend the first Board Meeting, existing Board Members will have an opportunity to provide input, insight and feedback on your candidacy for membership.
-Once formally accepted, you will receive details on how to activate your membership to be an active Board Member of the Advocates Board Room.