We are grateful to be in a position to serve such a beautiful collection of entrepreneurs.

Looking back over the last 8 years. There are 3 common features that drive us day in and day out...

Member Stories

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Meaningful Moments

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Ripple Effect

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Meaningful Moments

Context / Meaningful Moment / Learning or Discovery
2012 - Cold feet

Inspired by an intimate workshop lead by Seth Godin illustrating the value is being the catalyst that brings together great people, Jayson put together a dinner of high level entrepreneurs in October of 2012. Two hours prior to the dinner he almost cancelled as fear, anxiety and imposter syndrome starter to emerge. Thankfully he felt that he couldn't cancel the dinner out of integrity, and it turned out to be a huge hit.

Meaningful moment: Conversation didn't skip a beat for over 4 hours and Jayson got clarity that being the in the presence of fascinating entrepreneurs was something that he wanted to do to some capacity for the rest of his life, but not as a business...

Discovery: Regardless the industry, entrepreneurs face similar challenges (payroll, raising capital, etc...)



From a simple dinner to one of the most exclusive (and highest rated) communities for entrepreneurs, read the full origin story here.
2013 - Ignorance, and hard work can go a long way.

An opportunity to do an event fell in his lap as a result of a relationship with Tim Ferriss. Jayson saw it as a chance to do what he had done in these dinners, but on a larger scale with the goal of building his own peer group (not to start a business). With the support of his wife Kandis, they decided to lean in. 

Conventional methods yield conventional results. Having no event experience, MMT felt more like a wedding than a conference. With curation, assigned seating, and dinner parties, speakers didn't want to leave. Speakers became attendees.

Meaningful moment: And the audience didn't really want to listen to speakers... Towards the end of the event, more than half of those in attendance were opting to skip sessions and connecting with their fellow entrepreneurs in the lobby.

Discovery: It became clear that although world class content was the draw, what those in attendance truly wanted was to connect.
2014 - The best learning doesn't happen in the conference room
Off the success of year 1, we decided to lean into MMT for a second time. We used the same venue and the same format

Meaningful Moment: -
- The hotel was an extention of the experience.

Discovery: A best practice in the event space is to Changing environements
2015 - Lean in or refund
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2016 - A sell out with no speakers
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2017 - Do good... Together.
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2018 - Guiding Principles
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2019 - Perfect mix
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2020 - Loyalty
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2021 - New Chapter
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Origin story at high level - link

Member Praise

"When I think about you accepting me into MMT and the change it made to my life, I start to tear up. I am forever grateful"

Jeremy - MMT Napa

“Color me impressed with the color scheme and layout potential.”

Roy B, Athlete

"Thank you. That's all I can say. This group has inspired me more than you know. I'm a better dad, husband and business leader as a result of MMT."

Jesse - MMT Carmel

“At first we thought they were dreamers - now we are true believers.”

James Godwin, CEO

“The real deal - no joke.”

Gizelle M., Steels