Mastermind Groups for Members

Reach your goals in a supportive group of peers

In our Mastermind Group program, you’ll gather twice a month online with a group of fellow craft business owners. Share your goals, check-in on your progress, and stay accountable. Throughout the three months of the program, you’ll forge new relationships and cheer each other on. It’s a powerful process.

The Mastermind Experience

Meet with the same group of people over time to work on moving your business forward.

Once you sign up, you’ll choose a topic of interest and we’ll match you with group members from different areas of the craft industry who have businesses at a similar level to yours. You’ll be paired with peers, not competitors. Come together at a time and day that fits your schedule.

New this year! A subject-area expert will attend one meeting of each Mastermind Group this season. You’ll have the chance to learn best practices and ask specific questions to get clarity during that session!


State your goals out loud. Check-in on your progress, troubleshoot problems and celebrate wins.


Feel supported by a network of peers willing to help. Discover new ideas together.


You don’t have to go it alone. Build relationships in the industry.

“We had our fourth meeting this morning, and I am SO grateful for this group. I have a strong support network of local artists/makers, but the focused intention of this mastermind group has been really helpful and really encouraging. Thanks for making this happen, and for putting me in such a great group!”

Abigail McMurray

Owner, yeiou paper objects

I’m enjoying the Mastermind group immensely. It has helped me accomplish a couple of big goals with my business. I think it’s because I stated my goals to the group, and that seems to hold me accountable for follow-through.

Kristl Pelz

Owner, The Satin Bee

“I LOVE my Mastermind Group! It’s super interesting and encouraging, and I love that it’s people from related, but slightly different industries as we hear what works in other markets and what doesn’t – a privilege that I normally wouldn’t have.” (photo by Melinda Dela Costa)

Hanna Lisa

CEO, Making Stories

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