If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll know that one of the key mantras behind it is community spirit. From open comments policy to guest posts and interviews, I want you to be as big a part of it as possible. A home from home, if you like.
It’s now time to take this one step further, and again I want you to be a big part of it.
I’m currently drafting “Community Spirit – Making the Connection in the Conversation Age”. It’s a book about why we’re no longer obstructed by barriers, whether they’re international or cultural.
It will look at using the online (and offline) tools around us to foster true, meaningful relationships – personal, professional, business and more. How listening is the first step to understanding, and how that understanding will help market your or your business brand to a wider audience.
We’re on the cusp of something amazing from a connectivity point of view, and hopefully I can help you along some of the way.
So how can you help?
By leaving your definition of community and the tools that have helped you make meaningful connections. What you’d like to see as the standard for communities worldwide and how they can be merged into one living community as a whole – looking out for each other and offering our helping hands along the way.
I’ll use the best ones as additional chapter topics. You’ll have full credit and byline in the book, and if you have a blog or website, I’ll mention that in the credits at the end.
The comments section is yours for your suggestions. Feel free to mention this post to your friends, or retweet it on Twitter, so others can come and leave their own definitions. If you prefer, you can email me your suggestions instead, with “Community Spirit” in the message header.
Let’s see if we can truly define the community spirit.
Ready to start?