How to Build Community and Create a Culture of Giving a Crap w/Nicole Terrell
Being surrounded by people who genuinely care about us is so important for human beings, but sadly, it’s rare. Far too many people walk around feeling unsupported, unseen and broken.
Creating connection and building communities where they feel cared for, rooted for and seen makes such a huge impact on how they show up in the world.
How do we build communities where people feel at home right off the bat? Why do we have to shift from being the teachers to being the facilitators?
In this episode, Certified Life Coach, and the Connections Director at Nurture to Convert®, Nicole Terrell joins me to talk about the importance of community, and how to go about building it.
We are so busy all the time that we also don’t recognize the power of someone just seeing you.
3 Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- An individual isn’t scalable, but a community is
When we step away from being the teacher and the center of our community, how does that multiply our reach?
- Being stuck is a rite of passage
How do we see being stuck as a set up for something awesome, not a setback?
- You get to be the person that heals people
How do we help people feel less judged, broken, unseen and lonely?
Nicole Terrell is a Certified Life Coach, and the Connections Director at Nurture to Convert®. She helps single women find themselves while they’re in between relationships, so they don’t lose themselves in their future relationships. For more information, head to https://www.wildlyworthywomen.com/.
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