Being a founder is hard! Having a group of peers that you can rely on to tap into their experience, stay accountable and provide emotional support is a great way to grow. Once you find a group that you think is awesome you get to stick to it and bond with your peers.
Most of the magic happens in the one-hour weekly online video calls. First, there will be a check-in from every member of the group and the rest of the meeting is focused on solving one member's issues. The community forum is where you can stay in touch the rest of the week.
You can subscribe to a group and after the first meeting, you and the current members decide if you are a good fit. If this doesn't work out you can choose another group or we can help you out to find a group taking into account the startup stage, your target market, that there won't be any competitors in the same groups and your background.
I launched a side project into private beta today. In doing so i wanted to give a shout out to @Linhub_co for the support, encouragement, and biweekly checkins. If it wasn't for deadlines and accountability i might never have launched! #mastermind #startup— adam webber (@adamwebber) September 27, 2018
Process issues with other peers in the same situation as you. This can be a problem to be solved, a decision to be made or an action to be developed.
The group's follow-ups will help you stay accountable and achieve your goals in a time.
You will have a safe space to bounce ideas and share personal and professional challenges.
Linhub's Pro Groups will be facilitated by an experienced coach that will help you move your project forward through follow-ups
With specialized channels to talk about different topics, such as product, metrics, culture, design and more
If you're part of a group, you get to approve new member's applications
Do you have a peer group of founders? Your life will get much better once you do, particularly if there are a small set you can talk to regularly about your challenges. Find people who want the same things; predict you’ll have the average experience of this peer group.— Patrick McKenzie (@patio11) September 17, 2018
7/ Power = responsibility. Being CEO will become lonely as you can't be as vulnerable & authentic as you'd like. Find other founders who will be real with you. Have dinners with them & share problems openly. I've been given hugs by them during tough times. It made the difference.— Suhail (@Suhail) May 21, 2018