The key factor that differentiates a successful community project from one that falls flat is strategy. Without a strategy in place, your community project may well be a lovely thing, but it won’t necessarily make your business stronger or more profitable. These are the three elements to take into consideration when you’re crafting your community project strategy.
A virtual coffee date is when you meet up with someone for a casual ‘getting to know you’ video call, often with people that you only know from the internet. In this post I share the surprising results from a recent poll on virtual coffee dates, and urge you to add them to your repertoire if you haven’t already.
The majority of my audience are introverts or HSPs, and one of the questions I get asked a lot is about how not to get depleted whilst you're out there doing all this important connection stuff. Here a few tips to avoid social burnout when you're building your biz community and connecting with all the people.
The best community projects are a valuable experience for everyone involved, not just the host. Being a part of someone else's community project can be a fantastic marketing opportunity for you, and whilst it's the host's responsibility to facilitate that, you do need to be engaged and view the experience as the opportunity it is.