“I don't like to base things on figures. But it's the first five-figure launch that I've had! And it just happened with such ease - it didn't feel like a launch at all, I wasn’t really pushing, and the perfect people just stepped forward for the mastermind. And it's happened in a really sustainable way. It doesn't feel like a one off. It feels like the momentum from the project is continuing and it will continue in the future. It's changed the way that I create my offerings and run my business.” Nicola Humber talks about her experience running a community project.
“I feel like this project is the gift that keeps giving, because it’s now a real podcast. And I get messages all the time from people who talk about how it’s impacted them or touched something in them. There are people in my circle who say that listening to the stories literally changed their life.” In this post, Helen Rebello shares her experience of running a community project.
Kerstin Martin is a Squarespace expert and teacher who uses a beautifully mindful and holistic approach to her work, as well as a stunning design aesthetic. Her project, Asking for Impossible Things, explores the power and magic of asking for impossible things, and the project will include her sharing the real-time process of making an impossible ask of her own - all will be revealed when you join the project. Exciting!
Tracie Nichols is a mentor, poet, aromatherapist and Rebel Crone. She is all about creating spaces where 50-ish+ sensitive, introverted womxn can unfurl their voices, be who they choose to be and do what they choose to do. Her project, Rebel Crones Rising, is about sharing powerful stories from crone or soon-to-be crone womxn who are living and working outside the boxes ageists and the patriarchy want to put us in.
Nicola is an author, publisher, book coach, podcaster, and all-round magical human. Her community project, The Magical Portal, is all about the transformational journey of writing a book, and how each book we write is a magical portal to another world, and another phase of being - emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
“Running my community project has filled my client roster for almost an entire year! Either directly from the project, or indirectly through the opportunities the project led to. It looks like it'll be the only big marketing push I need this year.” Jo Casey talks about her experience of running a community project.
Ruth Poundwhite is a podcaster, writer, and business mentor who supports heart-led entrepreneurs with both the practical & purposeful sides of putting their work into the world. Her project The Everyday Difference explores the ways in which creatives and business owners are making a difference in the world, no matter how small, no matter how ‘quietly’.
Jo Casey is an amazing, heart-led, holistic business coach and strategist, who helps coaches and healers build sustainable, profitable businesses without sacrificing their souls or their sanity. Her Messy, Meaningful Business is a community project for people who are sick to death of the shiny, hustly, bro-marketing tactics that abound on the internet these days.