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  1. Wendy Hewlett
    December 6, 2010 @ 9:00 pm

    The TSA community is a great example of an online community that supports each other. Each member has different visions and goals, and a different mission or purpose, yet we come together to support and aid each other in our journeys.

    Another community might be your team, if you are involved in network marketing. My team comes together on several different online social mediums. We have a Facebook Group and a team website where we can support, encourage, inspire and offer accountability to each other.

    The possibilities are endless when it comes to online communities … I’m sure there is a support community for just about everything if you look for it.

    Very interesting and thought provoking post Pat and Lorna! LOVE it!!

    Wendy

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    Pat & Lorna Reply:

    Wendy,

    There are a lot of “communities”. And if we look at what people share inside a community we can realize that it doesn’t always even have to be an organized group. Quite often a community will come together just because like-minded individuals are drawn together.

    TSA is a great community 🙂

    Thanks so much,
    ~ Pat and Lorna

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  2. Janette Stoll
    December 7, 2010 @ 9:49 am

    I second what Wendy said. The TSA is a great community to meet fellow entrepreneurs. People forget there are thousands of small, online communities besides the big three: FB, Twitter & LI. It’s the quality of your relationship that’s more important than the quantity. And that’s one of the reasons why I love niche social groups and smaller networks, especially targeted networks to your business.

    Thank you for this great post.

    Janette Stoll

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    Pat & Lorna Reply:

    Janette,

    We agree, a community doesn’t have to be big or have global reach to be an effective community. In fact, as you say, the relationships (which are most important) are quite often a lot closer and more supportive in the smaller communities.

    Thanks,
    ~ Pat and Lorna

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  3. Kim Tarr
    December 9, 2010 @ 6:27 pm

    Pat & Lorna,

    When I got started in this industry years ago, I did everything by myself. It took me awhile to find success, but I made it. Although, I did feel like I could be doing better and growing a bit more.

    So, I seeked out a community and I have grown, learned, and done things completely out of my comfort zone! It has been so cool to do things that I never thought that I would do.

    Thanks for sharing the awareness with everyone!

    Kim

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    Pat & Lorna Reply:

    Kim,

    It is amazing what we can accomplish with a little help from our friends 🙂

    Thanks,
    ~ Pat and Lorna

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  4. Nelson Schroeder
    December 13, 2010 @ 5:31 am

    Never got the Three Musketeers thing. Dumas doesn’t fully develop d’Artagnan is only in the first sentence identified as writing his Memorie. As a young tike I always wanted it to be The Four Musketeers. Blamed it on the French and not my sloppy reading. Anyway TSA and the Tribe movement is very much “All for One, and One for All” Great post and analogy.

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    Pat & Lorna Reply:

    Nelson,

    We agree. TSA is very much a tight-knit community, and one we are very happy to be a part of.

    Thanks,
    ~ Pat and Lorna

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