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Knowledge Business Blueprint Review

Dean Graziosi and Tony Robbins Knowledge Business Blueprint Review and Insights


Whether you are building a business online or offline, there are hurdles that one has to jump through. Having the right mindset is just the start. When things get hard, it is important to keep a positive outlook and have the end goal in mind.

In this day and age, there are many businesses both online and offline and chances are very high that whatever space you are in, there are some direct competitors to your business. Now, that’s a good thing because you can always »spy« on your competitors to bring fresh ideas to your business.

Don’t get me wrong… I am not talking about stealing creatives, content or anything like that.

This bring me to my next point. Another important part of any business should also include masterminds. Connect with people in your industry and share ideas. This way, every mastermind member will contribute to joined success. Whenever anyone finds something that brings in that sweet ROI they should share it. This way, everyone benefits and advances in their business a whole lot faster.

These masterminds are all around us. Usually it is a small group of anywhere from 4-12 people that meet (online or offline) from 2-12 times per year. The sole intention of these mastermind is to accelerate the professional success of each of the members.

Many of these mastermind groups are invite-only or paid. This ensures only quality members are accepted.

How to find the right knowledge business group?

In order to find a knowledge business group, you can simply do a google search for something like: »mastermind group for X«

A good place to look is Facebook. People with similar interests join groups on FB and a simple post in one of these, could help you find members of your knowledge business group.

There are also paid options like the Perfect Mastermind Formula by Tony Robbins, Dean Graziosi and Russell Brunson. However, this will be launching in April and only a limited amount of people will be able to join. This way they will ensure the quality of the mastermind is kept at the highest possible level. Now why would you pay for a mastermind? Simply put: accountability. If you pay for a mastermind, you are held accountable, not only to yourself but also to other members of the group.

Here are some pointer before starting your own knowledge business group:

  • Make sure you decide on how many members you want
  • Do you want to meet monthly, weekly, quarterly or yearly?
  • Are there any specific topics that should be addressed?

Not all knowledge business groups will pan out as planned, so make sure you give it enough time to see how it goes. For more on how to asses the quality, visit Keep your expectations at a realistic level. Both for members and the value you will get.

You can also check out their official Facebook page, Linkedin page and Twitter account

We hope these pointer will give you some basics on the process of joining or setting up a mastermind.

Update: 11.4.2019

We just wanted to update you on the change of the business name of Tony Robbins, Dean Graziosi and Russel Brunssons training course from perfect mastermind formula to knowledge business blueprint.

Inaugural Training

The New Organizing Institute’s Inaugural Training

Inaugural TrainingThis intense week-long online organizer training was modeled on Campaign Corps’ “Campaign Schools” – a mixture of lectures, discussions, exercises and intensive campaign simulation that took place long into every night of the training. The training produced a class of talented and trained online organizers who understand politics and people, as well as the Internet and technology.

A phenomenal success, the NOI’s first training was like no other. Learn more about the New Organizing Institute’s inaugural training:


New Organizing TraineesThe Institute selected exceptionally talented trainees from a diverse range of backgrounds, actively recruiting outside of technologist stereotypes, and we were rewarded with a fantastic and diverse class of trainees. Among our trainees were experienced programmers, recent college graduates, computer science majors, community organizers, campaign professionals, individuals with little to no technology experience, web designers, and those looking to break into the emerging field of new organizing in politics.The diversity of backgrounds and experiences resulted in a far better learning experience, as trainees gained new ideas and insights not just from NOI trainers, but each other.


CurriculumThe curriculum incorporated basic campaign training as well as Internet and technology skills. For the internet marketing training, you can also find a lot of information in the Wealthy Affiliate review – here. NOI trainees do not just understand how to raise money online — they understand how their online efforts fit into an overall fundraising, communications, or field strategy.

This first training was designed, not to produce IT staff for campaign, but to train campaign professionals extensive to make effective use of email, websites, voter files, and volunteer mobilization tools.during a campaign. Trainees learned the best practices of:

  • Email list building
  • Technology of mass emailing
  • Writing effective emails
  • Fundraising online
  • Website development
  • Mobilizing volunteers online
  • Online “house party” tools
  • Working with campaign staff


TrainersThe trainers at the New Organizing Institute training were almost as diverse in backgrounds and experiences as the trainees. Many of the trainers are experienced campaign professionals and experts in areas ranging from finance to field operations. Their presence ensured that NOI trainees have a solid grounding in campaign basics. The training also featured some of the biggest names in online organizing, including individuals from, the Kerry and Dean campaigns, the Democratic National Committee, and leading internet consulting firms. NOI trainees did not simply learn the best practices of new organizing – they learned those practices from the best in the field.

Website building and CRMs

Building Website and CRM SystemNOI trainees were also trained in the use of Constituent Relations Managers (CRMs), online tool sets that allow users to create websites, manage volunteers, organize online petitions, and send mass email blasts. This is something we previously saw in affiliate marketing, just like you can see in the PE training course by Mark Ling, Gerry Cramer and Rob Jones. Here too, NOI sought to present its trainees with a diverse selection of firms, from those catering to large campaigns and non-profit organizations, to those designed for campaigns at the state, local, and Congressional level. Representatives from a number of firms attended the training, including:

  • GetActive
  • Democracy in Action
  • SmartCampaigns
  • MediaMezcla
  • NGP

NOI trainees used the CRMs provided by the above firms to build campaign websites, giving them valuable hands-on experience with these products.

After the training

Meeting after the TrainingThe New Organizing Institute will follow up with continued support for our trainees throughout their early careers. Our goal is to create a network of experienced online organizers and technologists committed to progressive values and better organization for business and eCommerce owners. The NOI hopes to inject talented and trained online organizers and technologists into the job markets of electoral politics, advocacy and charitable organizations.

Since the training, the NOI staff has stayed in contact with our trainees. We have assisted with job searches, starting on the last day of training, when we helped the trainees prepare their resumes and organized a job fair featuring over 20 progressive organizations from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and the Democratic National Committee, to the AFL-CIO, the ONE Campaign, the League of Conservation Voters and ATKerney eCommerce business organizing:

We have also provided on-the-job advice, and facilitated communication between the trainees themselves. NOI trainees were given contact info for the various trainers so that they can stay in touch and ask for advice on issues they deal with every day.

Last, but certainly not least, because the learning experience at the training was made that much stronger because the trainees could learn from each other, the NOI has helped trainees stay in touch. Devoted to building a network of professional online organizers, the New Organizing Institute wants to ensure that the sharing of knowledge and ideas between trainees continues well into their careers.…