Caitie Gehlhausen: We had one more question come through from Fauna. Through my focus is, although my focus is on connecting, I struggle to find a time that people can meet. How do I overcome the challenge that people aren't able to find? People aren't able to find a time to gather at specific times, and I would love to know this as well, since so many heartbeat communities are, like, international at this point, amongst a lot of different time zones.
Tatiana Figueiredo: It's really hard. I'll say 11 a. m. Eastern is the time when literally the most people in the world are awake. So I always start there and but it really depends where your people are. And I think it's important to know the community that you're building. So if your community is going to be very events based and really focused on seeing each other in person, then the times that you meet should be on your website.
And it should be clear to someone who Is across the world and won't be able to make those meetings that this community might not be for them. And that's okay. Like you, you don't have to cater to everyone. So that's if that's what I would think about start with 11 a. m. Eastern and then see how that works.
Caitie Gehlhausen: That is such good advice.