coordinators Membership Package

Have the added benefit of being an influence in your community and coordinate a group in your area. You will be trained and given ample help to get a group off the ground running. Coordinators have weekly training to keep things going smoothly.

What a great question. I'm so glad you asked. 🙂

In today's day and age, we need all the motivation we can get. As the saying goes "We are the average of the top 5 people we hang around". So, how are we being influenced? That is a question we should be asking ourselves and a question that should motivate us to take action. Especially if it's not an average that can lead you up the success curve*. Success is the progressive realization of a worthy idea or goal. Progressively we must move ourselves forward with daily consistent actions. That's where Meetup4Success comes into play. That is exactly what we encourage at our meetups with mini training sessions at every weekly meetup.  And the great thing is, is it's with other "like minded" folks that are also moving themselves in a positive direction. I like to call it "rubbing shoulders with future giants".

Our Philosophy: It takes purpose and intention to grow...

Our Mission: eliminate procrastination and encourage a growth mindset.

There is nothing else out there like this. A meetup designed to help you with your leadership skills, personal development, mindset, and more... There are a lot of groups out there but none with the specific mission of helping you be a better leader and entrepreneur. A better person all around. So, I can't wait to see you involved and helping create that "wave" of the *success curve.

Stephen D. Briggs
Personal Development, Leadership, Mindset Coach


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*success curve - The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

There are two “curves” in life – the Success Curve and the Failure Curve. Both of them run parallel to each other for everyone until we begin to choose a new path up or down. That choice is ours. We have to be willing to put in the “work” on a daily, consistent basis on the small things that are a huge part of the Success Curve. Many people are not patient enough and consistent enough so they end up not doing anything at all or being passive in the process, which, by default, automatically puts them on the Failure curve.