Not Your Regular Newsletter (April edition)
A list of the best tweets we found online
Community engagement is a myth
What we're really looking for as community builders is autonomy and here are some ways to achieve it
Pierre POULIN M.Ed. @ppoulin@Scandela9 This https://t.co/QWPAR1Zxhm
Private online communities are worth the time
"1. What you see on both private communities and social media is heavily filtered by the leader of the platform. Private communities are upfront about that. Social media is not.
2. You’re way more likely to get into a fistfight at a rowdy bar than at someone’s dinner party. Social media is a rowdy bar. It’s fun but you also might take a stray punch to the head once in a while.
3. Private communities feel more like the early internet when things were less serious and nerdier.
4. Private communities have more transparent business models so you know where you stand as a member." - Tatiana Fig
How to buy time? Alex Hormozi
How to buy time?
By buying the time other people took to make mistakes that taught them lessons.
Ignorance of not knowing how to create the income you want costs you that amount of income. Therefore, you should always be willing to invest money to increase your capacity for income.
Because once you have it, it pays you forever.
Buy experiences and skills, because no government can take that from you, no divorce can take that from you, nothing can take that from you
"The reason you are telling yourself you can't is the precise reason you need to."
Fortunes are created by taking a lot of risks with a little bit of money, Fortunes are maintained by taking a little risk with a lot of money
You got to change to change
Indecision is a decision, inaction is an active decision
The 3 most important questions in business - Damian C
Workshopping the Workshopper - Melanie C
@melaniepeggy comes back again right out of her battles!
Doing the world good, facilitating human-to-human experiences, and making a difference with her partner in crime @margohulzink 🤝
A workshopper on a mission to orchestrate meaningful change using the power of strategic thinking.
The myth of expertise
You know more and more about less and less.
Community Engagement - Danielle
Burb, an automation community
No code tools
How to work with Lily
How to work with Lily This is a handy doc to make working together as easy and transparent as possible. I’m excited to learn some of the same from you!
Learning is a privilege
To all certified and none certified strategists out there,
Have you found a community of practice for your craft yet?
If not, we're opening doors to our Brand Orchestrate community for the month of May.
We're only taking 10 audacious and rebellious people who dare to contribute and get access to a group of like-minded people.
Join our community - http://Brandorchestrate.com
We are for the misfits, the underdogs, the rebels, the audacious change-makers, the indifferent impact builders, the introverted loud guides, the challengers of the status quo, the dyslexic thinkers, the quiet rulers, the meaning makers, the norms breakers, the problem seekers, the mess in the masses.
We want them to belong, to feel supported, to make a difference, to have a cheerleader, to find a tribe... a home, and to be accepted for who they are.
Curated 1-1 connections
Curated introductions to new people in our community.
Are you on LinkedIn?
We are expanding our community on LinkedIn!
We have just created a LinkedIn group for more people to communicate, engage, network, and share value for free.
Feel free to join, and share the word!
We will see you in traffic.
Join the brand orchestrate community.
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