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The Investor Fuel Mastermind meetings are times that we look forward to most. It’s truly incredible to see the connections being made, deals being done, and doors being opened for our members.
So, what goes on during the week of Investor Fuel?
We have 2 groups, Investor Fuel Gold and Investor Platinum. Gold is typically going to include investors doing 10-50 deals per year, while Platinum is set up for those doing 50+ deals a year.
Why do we do this?
Needs are different between the two groups, mainly. We want to provide the most effective time for each member and someone doing 15 deals a year will have a different set of struggles that someone doing 100 deals has. Someone doing 15 deals might be starting their own team, hiring out an acquisitions person, hiring a VA, etc. Someone doing 100 deals might be facing issues like venturing out to another market, branching out into more complex financing strategies, and sometimes making the switch to multi-family.
Don’t get us wrong, we can always improve in business operations and marketing, and it’s something we’re always discussing.
Many masterminds have a heavy focus on hot seat presentations, where the member presents their successes and struggles in front of the group so that everyone can help each other grow professionally and personally.
What makes Investor Fuel a bit different is that we have a large focus on group networking, workshops, and Q & A panels. This allows more opportunities for members to network and to learn from each other.
The beautiful thing about real estate investing, in general, is that there are so many different areas of expertise. Our groups have experts in so many of these areas that it really allows for opportunities to diversify your business and have one-on-one access to dozens of experts in one place.
With extended lunches, networking breaks, and group dinners, there is time for each of our members to connect with new investors and build on relationships they’ve already established.
Egos are not allowed in the group.
Sales pitches aren’t allowed in the group.
Everyone must have a giving attitude.
We’ve created a family-like culture where everyone cares about one another, they know each other’s families, and it’s common to see members meeting up with each other between meetings.