Episode 9: Building Connection and Belonging with Radha Agrawal

by Michael Keeler

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Radha Agrawal is a community force. She is the Co-Founder and CEO of Daybreaker, an early morning dance movement in 22 cities around the world with a community of over 350,000 members who connect through dance, yoga, music and mischief.

Her upcoming book “BELONG: Find Your People Create Community and Live a More Connected Life” published by Workman (pre-order now) open sources all that she learned about community building with methods and exercises she designed so that anyone could create the blueprint for their dream community.  Learn more about Radha >

In this episode Michael and Radha talk about:

  • How the idea for Daybreaker was born.
  • Radha’s approach to creating community.
  • Our cultural and personal need for connection and belonging.
  • How to design engaging and compelling experiences.
  • How Radha thinks about using partnerships and collaborations.
  • The impact Daybreaker is hoping to have on college campuses.
  • The challenges of managing a global brand.

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  1. Jeff Blair

    Another good show Michael…always good to hear as much as possible from outside the traditional fitness industry as possible!

    Highlights for me were the DOSE discussion and the 48 hour interview idea. I really enjoyed the “Live it Up” concept-great idea to compliment higher education.

    • Michael Keeler

      Yay! I’m so stoked that you are willing to reach outside the industry to learn from other types of business. I have found it so useful and Radha is such an inspiration!


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