Finding community is a hot topic these days. What isn’t discussed as much is the purpose of community and how to find it.
This episode was actually a request from a member of the purpose collective community. She wanted some tips for putting yourself out there to network with the hopes of finding women (and men) that can positively impact your life and purpose.
I invited today’s guest, Christina, onto the show to help us out.
Christina Duren founded the Beautiful Brown Girls Brunch Club in March of 2010. Over the last 11 years, Beautiful Brown Girls™ has blossomed into so much more than a brunch club. It is a community made up of 34 chapters. Each one is a sister circle.
Christina believes that in order to build a strong nation, that’s what we need – sister circles and other strong communities.
Beautiful Brown Girls is proof of what can happen when you find your people. Not only can you bond over a delicious meal, but you can also become an agent for change in your community.
The Purpose of Community
In this episode we covered…
- How Christina came up with the idea for the Beautiful Brown Girls Brunch Club
- Her vision for the brunch club and how she went about bringing it to life
- Obstacles she faced as she was getting the club started
- The purpose of community
- Advice she has for someone who’s nervous about networking and finding community
- Things we should look for when we’re trying to build our community
- How to know when we’re looking for our people that we want to make up our circle
If you enjoyed this episode, then you may also enjoy the episode of the show about tools for building a squad of friends or this episode detailing how to set boundaries in friendships.
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