MULTIPLY THE POWER
OF YOUR MIND
A Maven is a trusted expert who shares their knowledge with others.
12 Mavens is a private, by invitation only community of CEOs and entrepreneurs from different noncompeting companies who have joined together to serve as each others' confidential think tank and sounding board that's made up of like-minded risk takers.
No one CEO is as smart as 12 smart CEOs combined together.
When all of the CEOs in a 12 Mavens group get together, there's this new ability for everyone to be able to get inside of other CEO's worlds, and hear each others' strategies and best practices, in a way that otherwise they would have never had access to.
By leveraging and combining connections, ideas, resources and past experiences with your own private network of connected CEO's, you become part of something unique.
Word is spreading so quickly about what we’re doing because there aren’t a lot of opportunities like this for CEOs and entrepreneurs, so the groups are fortunate to be in high demand.
Brent Bauer is the Chairman of 12 Mavens in Birmingham, Alabama. To determine if there's a mutual fit and inquire about how you can attend a first meeting, click the 12 Mavens logo below to message us. We will contact you directly.
WHY EXPLORE A GROUP OF THIS KIND? We're glad you asked! Check out the info we've included below. There will be reasons you'll find there that you've never considered before now, guaranteed!.
April 06, 2018
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