"Everything you've been told about building
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A Golden Opportunity for Your Law Firm

Have you ever considered joining a world-class mastermind, but are perhaps not quite sure what happens at a mastermind?

The best description of our mastermind is a world-class advisory board for your law firm. Your board of advisors consists of elite, high-achieving lawyers from across the country who will do anything to help you.  Are you facing issues with hiring and firing?  Problems with intake or getting leads from your website? Our tribe has experts/lawyers who have faced the same challenges that you’re facing and they will do anything to help you.

This world-class advisory board is not only there for you on the day of the mastermind. Your board of advisors will be there for you whenever you need them. New friendships and relationships are formed at every mastermind that will last a lifetime.

It is truly something special.  If you are committed to improving your law firm and willing to share everything you know, you might be a good fit for our tribe.  Why not take a chance with us?  I promise you, you won’t regret this decision.

Your Last Chance to Join our Mastermind in Washington, DC

Our next mastermind will be held in our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., on Friday, September 9th.  This mastermind will include dinner at two of D.C.’s finest restaurants on Thursday, September 8th and Friday, September 9th and a night-time cruise on the Potomac River of our national monuments.

As a first-time member, you will receive a discounted registration fee of $999.

We will also have masterminds in Honolulu, Hawaii on February 10, 2023 and Atlanta on April 21, 2023.

Apply at www.MastermindExperience.com

You can apply to join us at www.MastermindExperience.com and if you have questions, call 518-265-9131 and John Fisher will be happy to chat with you.

Hope to see you in D.C.!

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