Rock Your Purpose Live
About This Show
Rock Your Purpose Live: Are you crazy enough to believe you can change the world? Well you’ll be right at home with RYPL - Rock Your Purpose Live. This is no walk in the park and definitely no high tea. Get ready to be challenged to unleash your voice, step into your potential, and disrupt the status quo on your way to living an extraordinary life. Join your hosts Leah Hynes and Nazrin Murphie as they share the own journey to mastering their mindset and rocking their purpose with a little less sugar-coating and a lot more realness, as well as stories and tips from other successful entrepreneurs who were not just crazy enough to believe they can change the world, but are doing just that.
Most Recent Episode
The First Step in Creating Hyper-Engagement Between Your Followers
May 26 16
“For a community to be whole and healthy, it must be based on people's love and concern for each other.” - Millard Fuller Imagine for a moment you are hosting a fabulous party at your place and you invite everyone in your list of contacts that you’ve accumulated over the past few months from networking. Fast-forward and it’s the night of the party, the music is playing, the food is out, drinks are chilled and people start arriving. But there’s just one problem: nobody who’s coming knows each other, the only person they know is you and they are all very different people with different values and beliefs. And so as each individual arrives, they all gather around you hoping for your attention. So being the great host that you are, you set about talking to as many people 1:1 as possible. They are your guests, after all and they clearly came to see you...better help them have a good time! By the end of the night you are completely exhausted and vow never to host another party again! ‘Online connecting is much more efficient,’ you decide. The cost of being seen as the ‘guru’ This is the trap we see so many community builders, team leaders, businesses with followings, community managers, and entrepreneurs fall into: completely neglecting to spend time creating connections within their communities and getting burnt out being the main point of contact. Why? Because you want to be seen as the ‘guru’, the ‘expert’, the ‘thought-leader’ and heaven-forbid you should be seen as not having it all worked out! But there is a great cost associated with allowing that fear of being ‘found out’ run the show, including: Disallowing a deeper level of sustainable 1:1 connection between you and your community members/team. It completely shuts down the space of potential connection between your followers. It inhibits the ability to start to tap into the collective brain power and potential of the entire group.