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How and Why You Should Join Clubhouse

clubhouse blog Mar 25, 2021

Prepared by Ryan Warren

IG: @ryanwarren, @winningnetworkryan

Email: [email protected]

First things first, why should I join a club on Clubhouse?

There’s an African Proverb that I visit often, probably better to say I keep it in my satchel and take it with me wherever I go. “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others.” Therein lies the value of joining a club on Clubhouse. If you’re going to go far in the Clubhouse experience AND make meaningful connections with other people wanting to do the same thing, joining a club is non-negotiable. Again, that’s IF you want to make the most of the time investment you’re putting into it.

The Function and Purpose of Clubs in Clubhouse

Think of it as your favorite restaurant where you go to meet with people who cheer for the same sports teams you root for. In a Clubhouse club, you’re going to find people who speak the same language you do. Now, here comes the real value. Even though you are going to find people who use similar language, go after the same things, and get excited about what you get pumped up about, each person is bringing their own unique set of experiences and relationships. Why are these two things important? Because our credibility is established by three things: our connections, our background, and our preparation. 

Within a club, you’re going to find other leaders to relate to, good people who appreciate what you do, and even discover “rising stars'' as I call them - people who seem to come across your path and you find yourself saying “WOW! Where has this person been all my life!” Now, along with these new people you might also come across people who strike you as “the old guard” - people who I find to remind me of the tried and true ways that have worked in the past. THEN it gets really fun. The Rising Stars and The Old Guard have a conversation. When you start hearing these conversations within the context of a Club on Clubhouse, the entire experience opens up to a higher level and new discoveries of tips and tricks you can hear and try yourself. Of course, you will also either be a Rising Star or Old Guard for someone else who is in the room.

Action Ideas

  1. Explore the current club options. You can do this in two effective ways. Click the magnifying search glass icon and type in what you’re looking for. Take your time and pick the ones you are really wanting to learn in and also feel that you can add value when a question or idea comes up. Your voice is your networking tool and this is a terrific place to do just that. Another way is to ask people what clubs they are active in. Listen in as to how they talk about their club and what their experiences have been like so far in their club. Even though we are in an online space, because Clubhouse is so focused on voice, word of mouth is still a very effective way to receive and provide a reference. Don’t put too much pressure on yourself. Get in there and have fun!
  2. Feel like you’re not being heard? Look out for rooms with 5-10 people. There is a lot of value found in the larger rooms, but if you're wanting to be more talkative and have a back and forth, a small room within a club theme might be just what you’re looking for!
  3. Set yourself up for a “trial run” with a club. Join one for a week and see who you meet and how things go. Make it your goal to participate in at least 5 conversations. This will allow you to meet a larger range of people so that you can make a more accurate decision as to how things are going. If, after a week, you haven’t found what you’re looking for, take some time, reset your coordinates and keep looking. You’re in a growing community and the conversations are growing as well. The odds are in our favor when we are looking for a club! 


  1. Knowing what you’re interested in and what excites you! Sometimes, it also helps your search if you also know what bothers you about the world. Clubhouse is a great ground for problem solvers, world changers, and culture healers. People like this can be found in these clubs, and you can be one of them.
  2. Self-reflection. As you are taking part in the conversations, ask yourself if you are leaving with something purposeful. Ask yourself what I do often, “Did I get what I came for?”
  3. Understanding that you’ll be introducing yourself. Remember, credibility in part comes from our relationships. And, every relationship begins with an introduction or first impression. If you want to connect with someone who can partner with you to discover the introduction you want to make, The Winning Network is a safe place with coaches that want you to succeed and have fun meeting and getting to know other people as they get to know you!


Remember the African Proverb one more time, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others.” 

Clubs truly are a great place to land on Clubhouse. You’re able to get yourself involved in conversations that matter to you and at the same time, allows you to hear the most diverse grouping of perspectives possible right now. If you have more ideas on how to get the most out of your Clubhouse experience and joining groups, I’d love to hear from you! Email me at [email protected] and we can get our conversation started! To adventure, to progress, and most of all, to winning. -Ryan

P.S. There are many options of Clubs you can join on Clubhouse, The Winning Network has created a fun, positive atmosphere that appreciates the experience and celebrates uniqueness in business, but also in life. Join the club “The Winning Network” - we’ll be in that Clubhouse, most likely ordering pizzas and turning up the music a little louder. :)


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