The most effective learning happens from one another.
We’ve seen that conversation in small groups of our peers can foster deep connection, accelerate our learning and create the foundation for original thought.
It’s at the heart of what Jim Rohn observed when he remarked that “you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with” and what David Carnegie and Napolean Hill understood as part of the “mastermind effect”. It’s the same idea that inspired Benjamin Franklin to call the world’s first Junto in 1727.
You can continue to follow this thread back to the beginnings of society all around the world. When you tap into a community of your peers —who share in your values and your mission— new possibilities are created. Your world expands, your growth accelerates, momentum builds and true transformation becomes not only possible, but a part of the process.
Junto is a community rooted in this idea: that coming together with a common set of values and a shared purpose empowers us to realize our potential and create the life we want.