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June FCH Community News

Jump into the June edition of the Find Calm Here Community Newsletter

As an online community leader, it has been challenging to juggle personal and professional tasks over the past two years.

Many leaders feel overwhelmed with building, launching, and growing.

I’m one of them. I want to offer a refreshing and energizing experience specifically for community leaders with that in mind.

At 11 AM EST on June 20th, we will kick off a 2-hour wellness mini-retreat hosted by six community leaders and fellow members of the Find Calm Here Community.

During this event, community leaders will share tips, success stories, challenges, and how to avoid burnout and overwhelm as a community professional.

Go to the FindCalmHere.com website to register.

See you there!

– Deb

June Community Events

June 3 – 1 PM EST

LIVE: FCH June Community Insider 

June 8 – 12 PM EST Community Consultants Collective Session

June 15 – 12 PM EST

LIVE Interview: Leading a wellness community for caregivers on Mighty Networks

June 20 – 11 AM – 1 PM EST

Community Leaders Wellness Mini-Retreat with FCH members

June 30 – 2 PM EST

Monthly Accountability with Deb

Connect with collaborators

MN for Podcaters

It’s been a crazy few months trying to get together my new website, relaunch my community, and build my consulting business all at the same time.

I thought that I needed to do it on my own, but the truth that I learned recently is that I’ve got what I need right in front of me to create content, cultivate connection, and grow my business. 

Over the past year, I’ve networked with so many amazing community builders who’ve supported me along the way as I built, launched, and am now working to grow the Find Calm Here Community.

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