Hey, hope all is well with you and yours. This week, we're talking about community.
Community has always been crucial. Online, virtual communities started as a very niche thing, and have become essential for people to find a sense of belonging with like-minded people.
As an entrepreneur, I've founded four online communities over the last 12 years. But I don't think I've truly realized how indispensable they can be as I do right now, along with where I see things going from here.
My partner in Unemployable, Jerod Morris, is master at engaging an online community. So it made sense for him to chat with another virtual community leader, Chris Ducker.
In this week's episode, Chris shares his journey to running a 7-figure small business around helping people become the go-to leader in their industry and, in the process, build a future-proofed business.
You'll also hear why the power of online communities will only grow with the way work, technology, and society are currently trending:
Plus, here are a few resources Kat found that might be useful to you:
6 Tricks You Need to Know About Zoom | Entrepreneur
Whether you've been using Zoom for a while now or just made the switch, here are a few helpful tips to get the most out of this awesome conferencing tool.
How Freelancers Can Claim Paid Sick Leave in a Coronavirus Emergency | Freelancers Union
If you can't work due to caring for a sick family member or because your child's school is closed (or even if you yourself are sick), here are some important things to know about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Is Everything Going to Be Okay? | Seth's Blog
There's a lot of advice out there right now about what to do in uncertain times especially as a business owner. Seth Godin replies to a question many have been asking with another, more productive question.
Stay well and keep going –
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