Curiosity has me pondering changes I might take on my blog. I’ll explain.
Yesterday I received an email from someone touting a new way to interact with other people who share the same interest on my website. I was curious so I read to the end of the lengthy article. Rather than the blogger lecturing to their audience, I would be building relationships with other like-minded followers, people who are also curious and want to be in deeper discussions, answering each other’s questions, and learning from each other.
I guess that’s what you could describe as a tribe. This would be a group of people interested in the same subject, dedicated into delving into their experiences, sharing what helped them to overcome blocks and obstacles, and growing as a result.
This concept piqued my interest because I’m feeling more and more that I’m closing myself off by separating myself from other people. Blogging requires me to find subjects other people would be interested in, and I don’t really have a clue without some repartee.
Besides that, I love learning. Writing by myself doesn’t give me the opportunity to have exchanges and to learn from others.
We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.
This sounds more exciting, more stimulating, and more interesting to me than sitting yet again in front of the computer, trying to come up with the idea that will make a difference. But without feedback, I write material that interests me at the moment I’m writing. But I envision a much more meaningful interchange with the help of a group of people who have similar interest. I see us in a lively exchange of ideas, making new awarenesses, and receiving inspiration to try new things.
We’d all be inspiring each other to move forward.
I’m curious about how this could work. Certainly I need to have feedback from those of you who might be interested in such a group.
Would you be interested exploring how your creativity shapes you and your life? You might want to share what you’re aware of with a like-minded group of people, people who wouldn’t look at you curiously, wondering what the heck you’re trying to say? Have you ever considered meeting with more people who “get” you?
Please comment on this post if you’re also curious about being in a group such as this one. Share any ideas which have. And please let me know if you’d be interested in helping to form this kind of tribe.
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Thank you so much. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
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