How to Build a Loyal, Powerful and Growing Tribe

The modern day person can benefit by being a part of a tribe just as the original natives benefited in their own tribes. When an individual is part of a tribe, they can be positively encouraged by fellow tribe members and as a result they will be successful which causes the tribe to be successful as well. It is important to know when to leave a tribe if it is no longer a benefit to you. An example of a tribe in today’s society is a business team, a family or any other group of people that have a common desire or goal. They then rely on one another for honest advice and feedback.

Key Takeaways:

  • If you want to solidify your tribe then use connectivity and people who tell the truth.
  • Tribes that help each person with professional and personal crises tend to transcend the boundaries of cultural norms.
  • Meet each person’s needs and allow everyone to actively contribute to the tribe.

“A group needs only two things to be a tribe: a shared interest and a way to communicate.”

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