Creating a Community-Based Business Model
Tara McMullin is a podcaster, writer, and small business community leader. With over a decade of experience helping thousands of small business owners grow their businesses, she’s on a mission to change the dialogue from hype to candid conversations about what’s really working in business.
She’s the host of the What Works podcast, a top small business podcast that’s been recommended by Forbes and Entrepreneur, as well as the founder of The What Works Network, a community hub for small business owners. She’s also the co-founder of YellowHouse.Media, a podcast production agency and consultancy.
In this episode you’ll learn about creating a community-based business model for your business as well as…
- How a community-based business model might work for
- Why sometimes being different feels so hard
- Why questioning your assumptions is the way to empowerment
- How exploring a diversity of experiences can be the key to finding what works for you
- How having a no-guru policy will benefit your community
- The Enneagram Type 3 qualities
- What the word “Should” is triggering for you
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