What goals do your people have and what behavior changes can help them achieve their goals? For example, Solo-preneurs want to achieve financial independence, and learning from others who've achieved financial independence, can help them get closer to their goal.
"1. Talk to your members 2. Form a community hypothesis 3. Test the hypothesis. Repeat, repeat, repeat…until it "clicks". - David Spinks
Here's a framework to think about this: Motivations lead to Goals lead to Actions
Motivations: these can't be measured always but are core drivers behind what an individual wants to achieve in their lives. Examples:
Goals: these are tangible outcomes that your members are striving to achieve in their professional and/or personal lives. Some examples below:
Actions: the tasks an individual performs to achieve their goals i.e. "Jobs to be done".
Why is it important to have a good understanding of your member's aspirations and goals?
Goal-based design - Users goals vs. tasks and why understanding this dichotomy is key for successful product (or community) design.
The man, the myth, the legend himself - presenting the greatest community manager of all time who is now a part of Threado's community.
Create a central information hub for your members to access valuable information - past sessions, discussions, files, and more.