5 Reasons Why You Should Join Our Executive Elite Group (EEG)

BOE Group membership is restricted to and those in a Senior Decision-Making capacity, including C-level Executives, Director-level Executives, Senior Managers, Entrepreneurs and established professionals (accountants, lawyers, architects, etc.). We spend 2 ½ hours once a month where you can work on your business versus working in it without having to forfeit a half or full day.

Our goal is for you to achieve more success in a group designed to help members help each other improve their businesses and their personal lives. During these meetings we solve problems, work on strategic issues and hold your feet to the fire, because back at the office no one can do that for you. For some meetings we will bring in a speaker on a specific topic requested.

These meetings are confidential forums of experienced executives in non-competing businesses, who rely on each other and share with their group areas of concern and receive insights from the other business owners in their group.  It is like having your own Board of Advisors for your business.

You may not know that the idea for peer groups took off in the 1930s with the publication of the book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. The book introduced the concept of master mind alliances.


5 Reasons To Ponder

1. Safe Haven

Confidentiality allows each member to be totally open about issues. It provides a safe environment where you can work through topics that you are unable to discuss with others directly associated with your business.

2. Solid Reasoning

When an executive peer group is working on a challenge for one of their members, having diverse perspectives can pay huge dividends for the quality of the discussion and the depth of the exploration undertaken.

3. Real Feedback

When a peer member asks for unfiltered feedback, he or she gets just that. Truth can be hard to swallow sometimes, but it is good for business leaders to have their ideas challenged sometimes.

4. Motivation

The element of accountability can be underestimated by members when they are new to a peer group. Everyone, from time to time, can benefit from having a respected peer hold their feet to the fire.

5. Insightful

The power a peer group creates in its members is a new structure for gathering fresh insights. The group not only help solve problems, they help members grow as a leader and as a person.


All members are approved through our application process.
To qualify, you must manage people in a growing organization and be interested in both personal and professional improvement. 


If you are interested in joining our Elite, please email
sharon@6degreesnetworking.com for an application and more information.

Membership Application