Mastering the Art of Online Communities with Deb Schell

Online communities help expedite your goals, help you through challenging times, and encourage you to do less fun than working out or building revenue-generating content.

In this new interview with Deb Schell, she shares challenges and strategies to navigate digital ecosystems. The Financial Freedom podcast, hosted by Dr. Christopher H. Loo, MD-PhD, offers ideas for creating a successful online course tailored to your audience’s needs.

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We’ll discuss the process of designing a coaching program that resonates and delivers results, along with the strategic approach to selling memberships in a way that fosters a sense of belonging and community.

Deb will share her expert insights on building and leading thriving online communities, a skill more relevant than ever in our digitally connected world. We’ll tackle big questions: What truly sets apart an online community from a simple social media group? How do you determine if creating a community is the right move for your business or passion project?

Moreover, we’ll discuss common hesitation among entrepreneurs regarding the need for a substantial email list or social media following before launching an online community. Deb will debunk myths and offer guidance based on her extensive experience.

Expect to hear a personal story from Deb about a significant challenge she faced and overcame, providing a real-life example of adaptability and resilience in the face of adversity. Her journey is inspiring and a blueprint for success in online community building.

This episode is a treasure trove of knowledge for entrepreneurs, business owners, and anyone interested in leveraging the power of online communities. Deb’s strategies have helped countless business owners find balance, success, and community in the digital realm.

You can purchase Deb’s book here.



Deb Schell, Author and Community Strategist

Community Strategist, Author, Podcaster, Designer. Find Calm Here, where community strategy meets intentionality.