Tribes and Tribe Syndication Puts The “Fun” In Your Home Business

group_of_people XSmallTribes?  Tribe Syndication? 

Let's start here.  Is there really ANY fun at a place of employment? 

Probably the only “fun” thing (if there was a “fun” thing) about heading to a J.O.B. (for most people) is the social activity around the water cooler. And when the boss slaps a big project on your desk and there’s a task or two you may not fully understand, you can ask your water cooler co-workers who are, for the most part, happy to help. Isn’t it nice to know someone can help or has your back?

But let’s say you’ve quit the J.O.B.  to allow your inner entrepreneurial spirit to soar and attempt a business by yourself.  You may have a supportive sponsor if you joined a network marketing company but still, the few minutes a week you spend together just doesn't seem enough. 

Or you may have nobody to share with because you’ve launched your own product or service outside of a traditional network marketing business model. Either way, however, you’re basically the lone ranger.   And, if you haven’t experienced home business entrepreneurship, you will find it’s not fun being by yourself.  It’s very lonely. 

There's a lot of time spent in front of the computer staring at it, wondering what to do, how to do it, and wishing you could just chat with someone.  Or, you're spending way too much time syndicating your own content with minimal results.

Enter Tribes and tribe syndication.  You can set up your small tribe and work hand in hand with each other, or you can automate the processs by using a tribe syndication service such as TribePro.  Learn more about tribe syndication here

Tribes are groups you can connect with where like-minded individuals come together for a common cause.  You can accomplish SO MUCH by being a part of a tribe and immediately, you’re surrounded by people who share your same passion, same hunger for results, and same purpose in business.  It’s a beautiful experience.  You make connections and feel like you’ve known these people for a long time.  It’s comfortable. Because you belong to a tribe, business now becomes fun. 

You look forward to the water cooler breaks (so to speak), the sharing, the tribe syndication of content and the partnerships that can form.  It's these tribe members who now have your back in your home biz.  As they look through your content they're happy to point out broken links, obvious bad bloopers, videos that aren't playing etc. 

Tribe syndication is very powerful.  Rather than taking an hour of your time syndicating your own content, you take that hour and syndicate others while others are syndicating yours. You will learn about syndication strategies, your content will be being spread all over the internet, you’ll be receiving exposure and building a list and it’s everyone helping everyone.

Tribe syndication is one of the greatest time leverage strategies on the market outside of plain ole’ outsourcing.  

If you're not involved in a tribe or have any questions about tribes or tribe syndication, leave me a comment and I'll answer them here. Also, please retweet!  Thanks so much…. Debbie


  1. says

    Since becoming a part of the Tribe Syndication Network and Empowered Tribe, my life has opened up in ways I never imagined possible. Not only is being a part of a Tribe fun, as you so perfectly point out here, but it is a powerful way of generating energy around emerging ideas, opportunities, and trends. I am so grateful to the extended Tribe community and cannot recommend it enough!
    Thanks for this post.
    Mary Lou
    .-= Mary Lou Kayser´s last blog ..The Heros Journey and Online Marketing =-.

  2. says

    Being part of a group of like-minded people as in a Tribe is so beneficial to building a following and having support. It’s amazing the synergy that comes from working with others. It steps up your accountability.

    I agree with Mary Lou, I highly recommend becoming part of a Tribe!
    .-= Val Wilcox´s last blog ..Which Bridge in Life to Use… =-.


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