Exactly what is a “mastermind group”?

Technology... in PLAIN ENGLISH!

Here’s a no-brainer question ~ If you can get an answer in minutes versus hours (or days!), which would you choose? ~ The group described below is all about people helping people in real-time. Informal but POWERFUL!

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Harry Hawk: Hello, we’re here with Alex Yong, a journalist and a watcher of all things public relations 2.0. Alex, can you tell us what a “mastermind group” is?

Alex Yong: Hey Harry! A mastermind group is a Napoleon Hill concept that says many minds are better than one. That’s the short answer. It’s basically people sharing what they know freely and openly. That collaboration then becomes one mind, a mastermind – and everybody has access to it. The big advantage is the ability to get an answer or suggestion in minutes instead of wasting hours. When you’re struggling with an issue, a mastermind like ours can be a life-saver.

Harry Hawk: How…

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Street Running In Waterford, New York



Yes, trains used to run on the streets of Waterford, New York. Just could not find pictures of them. Of course the tracks are gone quite a while ago (see old bridge picture).
This was known as the Rensselaer and Saratoga which was absorbed into the D&H and ran paraell to the current mainline although about a half mile away. The line ran close to the Hudson River north from Green Island to JA junction just north of Waterford. Much is still visible as the 3 bridges across the islands in Cohoes and Waterford remain with two of them rebuilt for automobile traffic to access Peebles Island State Park. Street running was from the northern most bridge along Second Street up to a small yard adjacent to the freight station which is now a Library. After this the tracks crossed Third St. (Routes 4 and 32) and continued north along…

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Bhutan Diaries: Chelela Pass~ ‘ A Pass not to be missed..’

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Chelela pass is at an elevation of 13000 ft above sea level, considered to be one of the highest motorable roads in Bhutan. It’s about an hour drive from Paro, it passes through lush valleys, pine and rhododendron forest.The drive to this pass was just amazing. This place was not in our initial plan. We added it to our list just the day before we visited this place. That’s the reason why I never prefer any travel agencies, I always believe the finest exploration always lies with the individual instincts.

Chelela pass (2) One of the Highest motorable roads in Bhutan

It was so windy and Freezing. Our driver told us that 'they call chelela as A.C of Bhutan. It was so windy and Freezing. Our driver told us that ‘they call chelela as A.C of Bhutan.

It’s always exciting to remember the joy we carry, if any last minute call ends up with a fabulous surprise package. It has obviously considered being the best part of our trip.  This pass…

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