The Power of Community

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Every CausesFunding.TEAM successful Volunteer understand and knows that her or his achievement depends on a community of persons working together, that is our definition of TEAM.

Together Everyone Achieve More

CausesFunding.TEAM is organized based on the sense of Community that can provide it´s Volunteers” a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.
The Awesome Power of Shared Money shows how understanding the basics of money flow can help you build deep business relationships to evolved to friendships rooted in a common commitment to financial growth.
CausesFunding.TEAM is an organized network of people with common agenda. Generate Donations plus personal Income by sharing Commissions, Posts, Ideas, Information, and other resources. 
CausesFunding.TEAM is a “Virtual Community” and consist of Volunteers to create TEAMs to growth donations and lifelong passive income.
Support and belief. Some days those big goals just seem impossible.
On those days when you want to give up, you need to lean on your TEAM the most. They believe in you probably more than you believe in yourself.
Pushing our limits. When working alone, it’s easy to give up when things get hard. By surrounding yourself with others working toward a goal. You will get motivation, support, and friendly competition to push yourself just a bit further than you would have done on your own.
New ideas. We believe that when you are working within a community of like-minded people that wisdom of crowds is considerably greater than any one person working alone. TEAM Builder Challenges
Collective wisdom. No one person ever has all of the answers, and regardless of the amount of knowledge, accessing experts is always going to give you better information.
Borrowed motivation. Even on those days when your belief in yourself isn’t waning, doing what needs to get done can seem overwhelming. Look at your TEAM and be inspired!
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1. Share with Friends. No easier way to expand your TEAM than to simply publish to your friends & family our every day Posts using the TEAM Builder Tool. The “friend-of-a-friend” connection is very strong and a successful way to grow a TEAM. “Who else should I be talking to?” is a good question to use when asking for Volunteers to join CausesFunding.TEAM.
2. Participate in professional forums. LinkedIn is a great forum to encounter new potential volunteers to meet. Seek out peers as well as more experienced members and even speakers to add to your TEAM. There are a number of Volunteers Sources that can increase your TEAM.
3. Join professional or trade organizations (LinkedIn). People who share same interests and goals than joining one or more industry organizations. Once you’re a member, you’ll usually get access to members which can open up many new perspectives to build your TEAM of Volunteers. All organizations have Facebook and LinkedIn pages.
4. Online Networking events. This technique is a clear option for adding more people to your TEAM. Various groups hold networking events, including colleges, professional and industry associations, chambers of commerce, and the like. Review community calendars online or in your local newspaper for details.

 

5. Volunteer. Your time and effort to needy causes are your strength to build a TEAM because you are working side by side with people who share your passion for helping others. Find organizations that need Funding and introduce CausesFunding.TEAM
6. Join or increase your activity on social and professional networking sites. Once you’re a member of Facebook, LinkedIn, Google +,  or Twitter, you can add friends to your TEAM, reconnecting with people who attended the same schools. Electronic connections are not nearly as strong as personal connections, but that should not stop you from applying this powerful technique. 
7. Contact former professors, college alumni association, and/or career-services office. One of the strongest ties that help in building new and a strong TEAM is sharing the bond of a college or university. Making additional contacts with people affiliated with your college gives you a solid base of shared experiences — and a strong connection to build upon.

 

6. Join or increase your activity on social and professional networking sites. Once you’re a member of Facebook, LinkedIn, Google +,  or Twitter, you can add friends to your TEAM, reconnecting with people who attended the same schools. 
8. Join Job Club. A job club is a good networking experience because the people you meet there all have shared experiences and the desire for a new job. Run the right way, a job club is a very positive and rewarding experience, a chance to help yourself and others. CausesFunding.TEAM is a great opportunity to start your Business or have a permanent job.

 

9. Conduct informational interviews. There is no better strategy for recruiting Volunteers to your TEAM than to find and add people to your professional network than to conduct informational interviews. You initiate with someone in your profession/industry whose brain you can pick about how s/he got their start.

 

10. Contact former co-workers, vendors, customers/clients. Many times as we move from job to job, employer to employer, we lose touch with former co-workers, customers, and the like. You had a relationship with these people and you can restart it by simply reconnect with them thru your social networks. 

 

Final Thoughts — TEAM Builder Strategies


Above all TEAM Building is a reciprocal relationship. You may be seeking help uncovering Volunteer leads today, but tomorrow someone in your TEAM may be asking for your help. Never be afraid to ask people to join as a Volunteer and be part of your TEAM. but do ask them to purchase anything. When meeting people for the first time, don’t make it all about you; ask about the other person and what s/he does for a living.

Always carry CausesFunding.TEAM – Influencer Volunteer,  business cards, have a short speech introduction ready.