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PLUS: An Invitation to Another Livestream {NAME}, For the last four months, we’ve been workshop

PLUS: An Invitation to Another Livestream [Mighty Networks]( {NAME}, For the last four months, we’ve been workshopping Mighty Community I went live yesterday and shared our latest and most exciting insights—as well as what’s next. You can watch the replay [here]( In short, we’ve seen that LIVE PROGRAMS ARE WORKING INCREDIBLY WELL. From Community Design™️ Week to the Community Design™️ Expansion to our first-ever 21-Day Challenge to Your First (or next) $1,000, the data is consistent: When we run live programs, people are getting better results! So, what does that mean for the future of Community Design™️  👉At the end of this month, we’re closing the Community Design™️ Accelerator to new members. (If you’re already in the Accelerator, don’t worry—nothing is going away!) 👉THEN on September 6th, we’re launching a brand new program called Community Design™️ live, which is a two-week LIVE intensive course taught by me. 👉But there’s more… following Community Design™️ Live, there will be a 21-Day Challenge to Your First (or Next) $1,000. NOTE: All 21-Day Challenge Participants are required to have participated in either Community Design™️ Live or the Community Design™️ Accelerator. Doors open for both of these new cohort-based programs starting on Tuesday, August 16th, and you can find [more details here](. BONUS: I’m Going Live Again Next Week In addition to opening the doors for our new programs on Tuesday, August 16th, I’M GOING LIVE AGAIN (9:00 am PT) for what I’m calling a [Quest Deep Dive: How to Run a Challenge](. Having just completed our own 21-Day Challenge, I want to give you a special "behind the scenes" look at how we designed the program and what we learned—as well as great insights from other Hosts (and our data) around Challenges. It’s going to be an awesome session, and I hope you can make it. - Gina  [RSVP](  [M]( [FB]( [TW]( [INSTA]( [App Store]( [Play Store]( Sent by Mighty Networks 530 Lytton Ave 2nd Fl, Office #208 Palo Alto, CA 94301 [Unsubscribe]( or [Update your Preferences](

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