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🎓 Build Your Minimum Viable Community (MVC) — The Course



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🎓 Build Your Minimum Viable Community (MVC) — The Course
By Rosie Sherry • Issue #23 • View online
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WE ❤️ MVCs — The TLDR; 👇
Rosie Sherry
I've built all my communities with a Minimum Viable Community (MVC) approach.

MVCs are a way of community life.

Alongside @erinmikail, we're going to teach everything we know about MVCs.

Coming on March 14th — it's 50% off for the next 48 hours only.
👀 Read on for the full details…
Kickstart Your Community — Build Your Minimum Viable Community (MVC)
We’ve been building communities for many many years. These have been communities with impact, strategy and sustainability. All these communities have one thing in common — they’ve been built with a Minimum Viability Community approach.
🥳 We believe this is one of the best ways to build community and you can do this too.
In this course, Rosie and Erin will teach you our approach to building Minimum Viable Communities from scratch. No prior experience is needed! We will instil the confidence in you to build that community that your heart desires.
Why do Minimum Viable Communities work so well?
Often we dive into building communities with big plans and expectations, when really what we need to do is start small, experiment and prove we are on the right track.
Before we can understand how to build bigger, better and stronger communities we should give focus to the foundations — these require small intentional hypothesis.
Yes, but what is an MVC?
An MVC allows you to efficiently validate the concepts for your community and build those crucial early relationships
By building a Minimum Viable Community, you can simultaneously build trust, relationships and determine what your community will need.
In this self-paced course you will learn the fundamentals of creating impact at a small scale.
What can we expect topics can we expect to learn from the course?
  • How to conduct good enough community research and discovery
  • Strategies and tactics for creating conversations that matter
  • How to build the foundations of a community flywheel
  • Building foundational relationships
  • Instilling confidence and creating value from small groups
  • Developing a philosophy of creativity and experimenting with ideas
  • A guide to choosing and experimenting with tools
Don’t worry if you are not a community builder. As human beings we are all able to (re)connect into our human nature and connect with other people to start building community. Most of the time we just need a good nudge in the right direction.
Who is this course designed for?
  • Community builders (new and experienced)
  • Content creators 
  • Product folks 
  • Educators 
  • Anyone curious about the world of community building
What kind of course is this?
It is a self-paced course (video, guides, and activities) with access to a private Discord channel for sharing, office hours and questions.
When will it be available?
We will release the course and access to the private Discord channel on March 14th 2022.
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