After two years, it has come to say goodbye to the Find Calm Here Community.
With a heavy heart, I sincerely wish I was able to keep the doors open here, but it just isn’t feasible for me anymore to continue leading and facilitating this space.
The past two years have brought me joy, and challenge, and getting to know you all more over the past year has been amazing.
A few things to note, I’ll still be accessible to you in a few ways, and you can connect with each other on social media, and by email to keep in touch.
The Community Strategy Podcast will shift back to biweekly, pre-recorded episodes in September. Due to the change in staffing, there will be (approximately) a two-week delay until the next episodes are available.
The content here will be shifted to my website, www.FindCalmHere.com and updated versions of the Calm Guides will be a part of the book I’m working on writing. The shift with content will occur over September, so if you have any interest in the content I’ve created here, please feel free to check out posts, and resources while the community is open.
The official close date for the community will be September 20th unless things change more in the next few weeks.
I hope you’ll be able to help me with the upcoming Crowdfunding Campaign I’ll be running in September to try to raise money to write the book. More details to follow soon.
I can’t thank you enough for all of your support, and if you have any needs, questions, or want to share your thoughts, please do so inside the community until it is closed.
Read articles and interviews
Pamela is seeing a trend that business owners are looking to go deep and shift in the marketplace. She shares that a big audience isn’t necessarily what so many are seeking right now, it’s actually about working more deeply with fewer clients.
In this episode of the Community Strategy Podcast, host Deb Schell shares her notes and thoughts from the recent CMX Summit which she attended virtually on September 14th and 15th and attended several sessions in addition to networking with the world’s largest group of community builders.
“Community is the earth, water, air, and sunshine for our sense of belonging and purpose. It is the ecosystem – the set of people, places, structures, organizations, resources, and behaviors – that allow us to feel like we are seen, heard, understood, and valued, and where we find the tools to reach our goals.”
During this episode of the Community Strategy Podcast, Elisha Goldstein shares why he decided to open up the collective, how his experience has been as a leader of a global community with over 7,000 members, and much more!
As a community builder, the most important aspect of creating an online community is establishing the purpose and reasons why it is important.
Support the new book: Creator to Community Builder, help me make this book a reality!