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Our free Support and Discussion Meetings take place (almost) every Tuesday at 11 AM Eastern!

In order to foster group learning and connections from every direction, we hold free community Support and Discussion Meetings where everyone has a chance to share progress, raise questions, and discuss any relevant issues they would like. In order to increase participation and openness, these sessions are not recorded. They are not presentations, lectures, or interviews – just pure discussion. Periodically they will include “elevator pitch practice” when whoever would like to share their pitch can get feedback from their peers and Brian.

Here is an opportunity for mutual support and learning. These meetings are free; no subscription required. Click here to join one of the meetings.

These community Support and Discussion Meetings take place (almost) every Tuesday (with exceptions noted below) at 11 AM Eastern using Zoom. Here are the topics for our recent and upcoming meetings (subject to change; please check back regularly):

  • July 23 – Alternative forms of a business
  • July 30 – Writing blog posts, including SEO
  • (No meeting August 6)
  • August 13 – Selecting and using advisors
  • (No meeting August 20)
  • August 27 – Writing a description for a class – a case study with group feedback
  • (No meeting September 3)
  • September 10
  • September 17
  • (No meeting September 24)
  • (No meeting October 1)
  • (No meeting October 8)
  • October 15
  • October 22
  • October 29

Past topics:

  • Do you know what the three most important elements of a book proposal are? Find out from editor and industry expert Margot Starbuck. Find out here.
  • Discernment
  • What is a calling?
  • Grief
  • How to get organized – checklists for setting up and for running your business
  • How to transition from an old calling to a new one
  • Elevator pitch practice
  • Which is the best social media to use?
  • Dealing with disruption
  • How to develop a presentation
  • Networking 101 – building win-win relationships
  • Learning through rejection
  • Alternative ways to bring in money
  • Decision criteria for starting a new business
  • Journaling

None of us has a corner on good ideas (I highly recommend the book “Where Good Ideas Come From” by Steven Johnson.)

Please note: we do not offer legal, financial, tax, insurance, or investment advice – see your lawyer, CPA, insurance agent, or financial advisor for those services. By participating you agree to abide by our Code of Conduct and Release Agreement.

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