• What happens if we lose a member?

    There’s a dedicated Members Wanted / Groups Needed section inside the Tribal Community where you can make a post offering a  spot up to someone else.

  • What happens if a member doesn’t show up?

    We recommend that you meet every second week. If a member misses 2 meetings in a row with no legitimate excuse, your Group Leader should kick them out for not respecting the rest of your Group. Your Group Leader can then advertise their spot by posting in the special Members…

  • Why only 1, 2 or 3 Big Rocks?

    Great question. We’ve found that when you add any more Big Rocks to your plate over a 2 week period – the tendency is not get any done. If you stick to just 1-3 big rocks, it’s typically the most achievable. If you find your self continually finishing all 3…

  • What happens if I want to leave my Group?

    That’s going to happen from time-to-time and it’s a completely natural part of any Peer Group setup. If you plan on leaving your Group for whatever reason – make sure you either let your Group Leader know directly OR let everyone know in your Private Forum or Chatroom. The one…

  • Can I skip a meeting if something comes up?

    Yes – we are in the crazy disruptive MSP industry after all. However, you must let your Group Leader know either in your Group Forum or Group Chatroom in-advance so they know you won’t be turning up to the call. Don’t be the person that just doesn’t turn up –…

  • Can we change our meeting cadence to something other than Bi-Weekly?

    Of course you can. Although we’ve found over years of being in peer groups that one meeting per week is too much and overwhelms people and one meeting per month is too little and means a good group cohesion doesn’t happen. We strongly encourage you to at least commit to…

  • Why is there a maximum of 6 people?

    I’ve been in many amazing peer groups over the years (Nigel here) and anything over 6 people usually gets too crowded. We want to keep these Groups small and intimate so you don’t have to dedicate hours of time each week and you can build deeper relationships. During matchmaking we…