Why Communities Matter When You Work From Home

Working from Home Can Be Very Lonely ………..

Yesterday we spent the day at London Heathrow with fellow members of The SFM (The Six Figure Mentors)  We wanted to share with you this video we recorded this morning over a cup of coffee about why communities are so important when you are working online and from home and to give you a rare peak behind the scenes of The SFM Private Community.

We can tell you from first hand experience that working from home can be very lonely and small problems can quickly escalate into big problems without support and guidance (and we have the benefit of working as a couple).  But not only that,  to have somewhere you can connect with other people with the same goals and aspirations can have a phenomenal impact on your success.  That’s why a community where you can get that support and help and friendship will give you the greatest chance of succeeding.

As Founder Leaders in The Six Figure Mentors we cannot tell you how satisfying it is to see a question raised in the community and know that we have the knowledge to help someone right there and then and get them on their way ….. and that’s what we and other members are able to do every day to help one another.  It really is an exceptional support network and one that would be difficult to find anywhere else.

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One Response to Why Communities Matter When You Work From Home

  1. Bruno Buergi says:

    Hi Chris and Susan
    It’s true, the community helps really to move forward in the online business. I can’t imagine how to build up my own online business without it. Unfortunately I couldn’t come to the momentum day, but I’m sure the next time I will be there.

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