“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.” — Coretta Scott King
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The word community is used too frequently in the online space these days. Of course this is just my own opinion, but it seems every Facebook group or e-mail list is referred to as a community when the more appropriate term might be gathering space or network.
There’s nothing inherently wrong with these groups, but to me, a community should mean something a little bit more and the term should be reserved for groups of people who embody the characteristics and values of a community.
In this episode of the podcast, we’re exploring these ideas, and in just 20 minutes you’ll walk away with:
- A clearer understanding of what a community is and is not, and why it’s important to know the difference
- A new way to think about online groups like Facebook groups and how to engage with them
- The key factors that contribute to creating a thriving community
- The story of how the Legacy Lounge Collective was born and how we’re building it up
- An invitation to a growing community of incredible women entrepreneurs
You’re especially going to love this episode if you are a conscious entrepreneur and having equitable spaces are important to you. I invite you to sit back, listen, and dream of that community you’ve been longing for. It might be closer than you think!
Favorite quotes from this episode:
“A community isn’t usually founded by one person to advance their personal vision or goal. That would be called an empire.” — Tiffany Neuman
“A true community is characterized by sharing a sense of purpose, belonging and mutual support among members.” — TN
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