It is my pleasure to introduce you to Radha Agrawal, who is the CEO, founder and Chief Community Architect of Daybreaker and has built a global community made up of nearly 500,000 like-minded people.
In case you’re not familiar with Daybreaker – it is the early morning dance and wellness movement currently serving almost half a million people by holding events in 25 cities and over a dozen college campuses around the world.
Her new book, Belong: Find Your People, Create Community, and Live a More Connected Life, answers two big questions: “How the heck do I find my people?” and “How do I create large and meaningful communities in the real world?”
Radha spent 18 months synthesizing her key methods for community building, and now she’s peeling back the curtain on what she and her team did to build Daybreaker to give you a blueprint for how to create communities of your own.
Today, Radha joins the podcast to talk about the importance of building communities, how to find your tribe when you realize you don’t belong, how she created and built momentum for Daybreaker, and how to build your personal or professional community – no matter what your goals are.
- Why creating community is the single most important thing we can do for ourselves and one another – and what Radha is doing to fight the growing epidemic of loneliness and isolation in America.
- How to upgrade your circle of influence – and the three columns exercise that changed Radha’s life.
- The reasons dancing helps to reactivate our neural pathways and unlock hidden potential.
- How to put together events and get huge numbers of people excited about them – no matter how strange your idea might sound at the beginning.
- Why communities change – and how to adopt a mindset that helps you work through and make sense of change.
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