Hi! We’re delighted to bring you our Mastermind residentials, located at Woodland Barn and the Lodge, luxury stone-built properties in the pretty village of Burton-in-Lonsdale, a stunning riverside spot in the Yorkshire Dales.
They say two heads are better than one, so how about four? Over the weekend, you will come together to get clarity, flesh out your ideas and support each other, extending your network of people that you can trust.
Arrive, and set your baggage down
From the moment you arrive, you’ll be made to feel at home. Chat with the others over a cuppa while Anj prepares the first of your tasty, colourful meals. Over lunch, we will begin to get to know each other and start to unwind.
After lunch, we will move to comfy sofas to discuss what you’d like to get out of our time together. Anj creates a confidential space where you can feel safe to be open and share the things on your mind that you’ve been trying to solve.
As the trust begins to build, you may surprise yourself by articulating something completely different altogether…
We’ll then have a stroll within the property’s two acres or along the adjacent stretch of the River Greta and woodlands to clear your head and to allow clearer thoughts to flood in.
After dinner, we will retire to the living room, feeling cosy with the underfloor heating and real log fire. That’s when the deeper conversation really starts. There’s a real power in sharing insights and reflections in a confidential and safe space.
Day 2: Sift and sort
Your wellbeing is important. We often neglect ourselves when we’re focused on leading change. For this reason, you’re given time for a lie-in (yay!) and a leisurely breakfast.
After breakfast, the ‘work’ starts. You might not have something specific to discuss, yet. Even when things are going well professionally, life events such as ill health (ours or another’s) or bereavements can shake our confidence and prevent us from working towards our purpose.
Non-judgemental listening is an important element for all group members. Anj is an experienced coach and Mental Health First Aider and facilitates the discussions so that everyone gets what they need. She introduces relevant coaching models such as Ikigai to help you uncover your purpose and structure your thought process.
And while you will have already had the opportunity to discuss your thoughts the previous day as a group, you will also benefit from full focus and attention from your Mastermind group on the topics you’d like to address.
Day 3: Upon your return home
You’ll head home after breakfast but it doesn’t end there. Each group (if they wish) will continue to support each other online, holding each other accountable and celebrating successes (even the small wins!) You will also get to meet other groups at a dinner at least once a year.
When can I come?
The waiting list for April 2020 onwards is now open. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.