Have you ever wanted to create your dream community? Join our FREE Community Building Masterclass on Zoom, February 5th, at 5:30PM EST where Daybreaker Founder / CEO Radha Agrawal will share some of our biggest key learnings and frameworks from 10 years of building our Daybreaker community across the world.
Joining her to discuss the power of community is Kimbal Musk, restaurateur, chef, philanthropist, co-founder of Big Green, and Tesla board member (the list goes on!). Kimbal knows that gathering around the table and breaking bread together opens people up, sparking meaningful connections and building community. This was one of the key principles that led him to open The Kitchen restaurant twenty years ago, and it remains at the core of the restaurant’s mission as it has grown to have locations in four cities—Boulder, Denver, Chicago, and soon Austin. These spaces now serve as community hubs for creating joy and his work towards getting real food into the hands of every human has earned him the title of Global Social Entrepreneur by the World Economic Forum. Kimbal’s new book, The Kitchen Cookbook: Cooking for Your Community, coming out on March 12th will share some of his favorite dishes, but we’ll get a sneak peek in this Masterclass — and it’s going to be a delicious one.
Belonging is a fundamental human need. It’s the feeling of being accepted and connected to a group or community, and it’s essential for our mental and emotional well-being. When we feel like we belong, we’re more likely to be happy, confident, and fulfilled. But when we don’t feel like we belong, the opposite is true.
The positive impacts of belonging are numerous. When we feel like we belong, we’re more likely to form strong, meaningful relationships with others. This can provide us with a sense of support, security, and connection that is essential for our overall well-being. Belonging also helps us feel more confident and capable, which can lead to increased self-esteem and a greater sense of purpose in life.
But the negative impacts of not belonging can be significant. When we don’t feel like we belong, we’re more likely to experience feelings of isolation, loneliness, and even depression. These feelings can have serious negative impacts on our mental and physical health. Studies have shown that people who feel isolated or lonely are more likely to experience mental health issues like depression and anxiety, as well as physical health problems like heart disease, high blood pressure, and a weaker immune system.
So, what can we do to foster a sense of belonging in our lives? This is the moment. Let’s learn together.
The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun. Christopher McCandless
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