Your Success

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Success

“The most powerful way to empower someone is to show them their own highest value.”  Sally Hogshead

Your success starts with one-to-one coaching with Stephanie and the development of your business/personal plan.
Clarifying your goals is the number one way you’re ensured you have direction and accountability.
You will be helped every step of the way.

The question to ask yourself is, “Am I committed to my own goal achievement?”  If the answer is yes, you need to be in a Mastermind group!  All the smartest people are!

Meetings generally follow this format:

  • Greetings all around! Rolling up our sleeves ready to work!
  • Round-robin “focus seat”
  • Challenges/Success/Issues/etc.
  • Goals for the upcoming month
  • Masterminding/Brainstorming input from the group – round-robin
  • Sharing Resources
  • Preparing for what’s next – always moving forward.

Humming bird only teeny tinyStephanie sends individual follow-up emails to every member with coaching notes to ensure accountability and progress moves continuously forward. She is highly skillful at creating collaborative relationships that get results.

Humming bird only teeny tinyMembers often choose to meet for coffee, send emails or call each-other too. The trust and bonds are phenomenal!

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“My professional career is finally on track! As a young professional in High Stakes Mastermind Groups, Stephanie Angelo has guided me and held me accountable for the ambitious goals I have set. I feel fortunate to have met Stephanie so early in my career. Through strategic planning done in High Stakes Mastermind Groups I left my job and with the careful guidance from Stephanie I have set goals and acted to position myself as the professional I want to be. With these goals set, and the group’s support, I am confident I have uncapped growth potential. Stephanie has shown me the importance of setting goals, but more importantly the steps in-between to get there. I am appreciative for her experience, persistence and professionalism in this journey.”  Sarah Wacha