It is the first embodiment of what Podcasting Advocacy looks like in the world, for me. I’m executing people!!!
“Knowledge is not power, it’s potential power. It only becomes power when you use it” - Jim Kwik
Here’s the scoop:
There’s a start date of May 1 for the community part of the deal.
But here are some more logistics
- Private Slack group
- One 60-90 minute power session with me focusing on anything you want + my notes + research
- Workspace (I’ll expand on this if you’re interested - part of the whole DO instead of think)
- Support, accountability and community advocacy for our work
What’s this community advocacy?
It can be super awesome to advocate on your own or someone else’s behalf.
It can also be very empowering to work together with a group of people; when more than one person speaks up about an issue, the message can be even stronger.
And a lot of us podcasters don’t quite know how to do this because:
1. There is no advocacy for podcasting
2. Ultimately the most powerful advocacy won’t be about podcasting, but about our work.
Community advocacy is a larger version of individual advocacy.
The difference is, community advocacy involves groups of people acting to affect positive change, education and it can look very different for each of us.
This is just the beginning of what I envision The E-League eventually becoming.
And thus I end.
This is way too long already.
Can you feel that I’m FIRED UP!?
All my love,
PS. If you have any questions about The E-League, hit reply.