• You could pitch your idea to a friend who is equally entrepreneurial minded or who shares a similar skillset and see if they may be interested in helping you.

  • Write your group mission in a sentence or two and share it with someone you think may be interested in joining your group.

  • Know what you want to engage with people about; and make sure you know a thing or two about it before you get started. If you don’t – start researching now.

  • Also know why you’re starting it.

    For example: I created a non-triggering community for people who are healing from toxic relationships – whether it’s current, recent or something that’s been holding them back for years. The reason I did this was because I couldn’t find it myself when I needed it. Now I’m hearing other groups are referring people to my group!

 

For more ideas or to have an online community created for you, please contact Sarah J Webb