What Is A Micro-Community

A micro-community is a self-sustaining group of individuals with a single focused objective. It is made up of various roles and rules that guide the group’s activities. Each member of the tribe has a role and expertise that serves the greater good of the group, both internally and externally. Like a tribe, no one person is given the bulk of responsibilities to sustain the group, it is a symbiotic relationship between all members and their defined purpose.¬†

A Brainstorm Micro-Community

I believe we can form micro-communities in business to create a network of high-achievers that can provide for the needs of target audiences, the members, and themselves using the power of teamwork.

INVITATION ONLY: A micro-community is not open to anyone to join. The members share a focused continuity of mission and niched audience. Each member has to bring value to the community.

LIMITED AVAILABILITY: A micro-community is limited to 100 members. The more participants you have, the less you engage with each other. We want to encourage fellowship, sharing, collaboration, and involvement. 100 members will provide diversity, collective participation.

Micro-Community Membership Roles

  • Thought Leaders
  • Influencers
  • Contributors
  • Creators
  • Educators
  • Connectors¬†

Unified Membership

  • Focused Community Purpose & Vision
  • A Laser-Focused Audience
  • Membership Roles & Expectations
  • Marketing Strategy
  • Clear Objectives & Milestones
  • Group Accountability
  • Membership Benefits


  • Collaborative Content
  • Events (Virtual & IRL)
  • Shared Resources
  • Posting Parties
  • Batching
  • Referrals
  • Membership Surveys
  • Hot Seats
  • Showcase Member Profile/Interview
  • Focus Groups
  • Panel Discussions
  • Brainstorming Sessions