I’ve been reading Joe Meyers’ new book, Organic Community.
And here’s what I’ve learned:
You have (some) control over the environment.
But you have little or no control over the people IN the environment.
SO, HERE’S THE SECRET: let things organically and naturally occur.
Create and manage an environment in which customers are enabled to buy.
Create and manage an environment in which strangers naturally connect.
Don’t make people friendlier.
Create and manage an environment in which people are likely to become friendlier.
Don’t get people to ask questions.
Create and manage an environment where people feel comfortable, empowered and non-threatened so they are more likely to ask questions.
Don’t make art.
Create and manage an environment from which art is inspired.
Don’t become a celebrity or an expert.
Create and manage an environment that constantly augments, reinforces and enhances your celebrity/expert status.
Don’t increase the number of participants.
Create and manage an environment where healthy participation naturally emerges.
Don’t get people talking about your new idea or product.
Create and manage an environment that enables, supports and rewards authentic dialogue.
If you create the right kind of environment, the right atmosphere, the right space and the right energy, the people inside of it will (hopefully) take care of themselves.
REMEMBER: we are not free to determine the contents of experience.
Just the environment.
LET ME ASK YA THIS…
How do you manage your environment?
LET ME SUGGEST THIS…
Read Joe’s book. Today.
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