The Mastermind concept was developed by Napoleon Hill in 1937 when he published his best selling book, “Think and Grow Rich.” This coaching program was inspired by this philosophy and combines 20 years of market research, business training and coaching over 300 people since 2007. We have a two hour Skype or Telephone session once per week for 12 weeks. The first hour we discuss a concept, and the 2nd hour we brainstorm and plan how to action this into your business.
Each week we focus on one concepts and related strategy, which increases your position you as an expert in your industry. This naturally results in attracting clients to you instead chasing them; creates more value to them, allowing you to charge a premium and work less. From time to time, we combine session with different clients to tap into each other’s resources, expertise and contacts in a deep and focussed manner.
Ramon Thomas is an experienced IT Security expert based in Johannesburg. He has spoken to over 500,000 people in South Africa and China since 2008. His initial training was with Dr John Demartini, Toastmasters and the Professional Speakers Association.
He has an uncanny knack for spotting global trends and translating them into meaningful insights to his audiences. After conducting pioneering research into the online dating industry and mobile applications he became a regular fixture on television and radio in South Africa. The publisher of several ebooks including the Parents Guide to MXit and LinkedIn Lessons.
Often seen on SABC’s 3talk and as an occasional guest on Special Assignment Ramon Thomas is best described as a researcher with an uncanny knack for spotting global trends and translating them into meaningful insights in South Africa.
Thomas focuses his time and energy researching the psychological and emotional impact of technology on people’s lives. He believes it a complete misnomer that technology makes lives easier and that the pervasive nature of new products on to the market adds several complexities that creates social anomalies. The largest impact he promotes is the strong link between a person’s increased dependence on technology and their subsequent desensitisation when it comes to human interaction. Thomas believes that there is a fine line between being alienated or liberated by technology. He’s no technophobe but does advocate strongly for moderation.—Jane Steinacker, Mail & Guardian 2009