Small and start up businesses need all the support they can get. It’s going to come from people more often than cash flow. Finding your tribe is an important step in growing your business venture. You’ll never get it 100% perfect from the start and there’s where the support of your tribe fits in. They can encourage and offer advice, help you stay on your path or straighten it out. Figure out who belongs in your tribe and start taking steps to become one of them or get them to join you.
- According to TribeFirst, entrepreneurship can be isolating, so it’s very important to find your support network early on.
- When it comes to crowdfunding, it is essential to connect your product to those who share you vision and values.
- Take the time to build your tribe, the people who believe so much in your brand that they will spread the word about you for free.
“The fundamental difference between a tribe and a crowd is the time you take to nurture it.”