An immersive week of Mastermind mentoring and coaching in a world-class environment, delivered by world-class experts.
Attend a prestigious sporting event, meet prominent figures on the Grand Prix circuit and work on your major prize in life - your Legacy.
Monaco and Abu Dhabi
Maximum 6 Delegates
What do you want to achieve? What is your main ambition in life? How will you make it happen?
All of us have dreams and goals, and all of us will leave behind a legacy. But we rarely allow ourselves the time to properly question what that legacy actually looks like.
If we don't fully comprehend what we're hoping to achieve, the chances of us realising our aspirations and reaching our maximum is exceptionally slim.
Building your Legacy takes planning, commitment and application. The Grand Prix Legacy Mastermind serves as a gateway - a catalyst - on your journey towards fulfilling your potential.
Over the course of a week spent in exclusive company, you'll work alongside peers and expert, respected mentors - leaving inspired and equipped with a bespoke business plan worth £30,000.
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Huge progress is made within such a short period of time. One week can change your life. See what delegates from our last Legacy Mastermind retreat thought of their experience...
Once your application has been received, Paul and Aniko will arrange a call with you to discuss your ambitions and this life-changing event. As soon as they confirm your place on the Grand Prix Legacy Mastermind, you will receive the Legacy Business Plan. This document will act as the basis for developing your Business Plan and also your Values-Based Life Plan. For Paul and Aniko, being committed to your self-improvement is as important as the numbers within your business plan.
The cost of the Grand Prix Legacy Mastermind is £15,000+VAT (including a £3,000 deposit to reserve your place) and you are welcome to bring along your business partner or wife/husband etc. for £7,500+VAT. You are free to make your own travel and accommodation arrangements - the cost of which is, of course, tax deductible.
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