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* Welcome to the fifth episode of the Boss Girl Creative Podcast!! Today my Co-Host is Jennifer from Busy Being Jennifer.
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* Finding Your Blog Tribe
* What to Look for in a Tribe
* Trusting Tribe Members
* True Purpose of a Tribe
* Where to Start Finding Your Tribe
* Tribe Challenges
* Bitly Links
* Proper commenting on blogsQUOTES BY TAYLOR
“…try to find a tribe of people of no more than ten when you are first starting out. And some people now are calling them masterminds which I think is a cool girl boss term because a tribe doesn’t necessarily have to be everybody in your exact niche.” Taylor Bradford
“What it feels like to be part of a tribe, just the camaraderie of having people that kind of know what you’re doing and kind of understand it.” Taylor Bradford
“I can’t stress enough how important finding a blog tribe is.” Taylor Bradford
“Seasons change. Friendships change. Tribes change.” Taylor Bradford
“The biggest, number one thing you need to look for in a tribe is people you can trust.” Taylor Bradford
“You want to be able to freely share about the things that are going on in your head, like your ideas, in a space where you will not feel like someone might scrape that idea, or steal that idea.” Taylor Bradford
“Cultivating your tribe is more than just blogging and commenting on their blogs.” Taylor Bradford
“Always give back, always offer support, and always provide value.” Taylor Bradford
QUOTES BY JENNIFER
“Finding people who were of the same mind and interested in the same things, which was blogging, was so key for me not going crazy.” Jennifer Salter
“Your tribe will change, guaranteed, it will change over time, but that’s a good thing because you’re growing, which means your tribe needs to grow.” Jennifer Salter
“You want to look for people too that are learning things, you don’t want to talk about the same old things.” Jennifer Salter
“Try to find a least two or three people who are experts in something that you suck at.” Jennifer Salter
“Your tribe is not about getting ahead, your tribe is about supporting each other and sharing knowledge.” Jennifer Salter
“Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there because, if you’re doing it through your computer, there is a little bit of a buffer so you don’t have to be afraid of rejection because you know it might happen, but just feel comfortable.” Jennifer Salter
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