We welcome & uplift those who have been historically & systemically disrespected by society. Don't assume pronouns, backgrounds, ethnicities, sexual orientation or gender identity of our Shmillies.
We want to use language that allows us all to be included. Avoid generalizations like “ladies” or “gals” because those terms don’t represent all of the folks here. “Ya'll” or “Team” work great.
A core value of Hello Seven and essential to everyone’s growth. We all exist at choice, and we refuse victimhood. The number one person responsible for their experience in this community is you.
This group is here to foster positive discussion. If you have value to add, respond! Hard conversations & vulnerable shares welcome – we’re about uplift, support and growth – not trolling or bullying.
We don’t ask Black and systemically marginalized folks to assume positive intent. We do suggest you cautiously assume folks who joined are doing/want to do the work needed on their unconscious biases.
Introduce yourself, share wins, ask questions, give opinions and insights! We’re all here to support each other and be real. The more you give, the more you get back. No good-bye posts or nastygrams.
Before you post a question, take a moment to see if the answer is already there in the FB group or in the member site. Don’t treat fellow members as your personal Google.
Yes to networking! Build that community! But be respectful of fellow Shmillies – no links, spam, or sales pitches. You must have explicit permission to PM someone in the group – including the H7 team.
We're here to support you! However, we can’t help if we don’t know what’s going on. Make a habit of reaching out to us with ideas, concerns, feedback, and issues at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As our community grows and continues to amaze us, we will continue to adapt, adjust, and change rules and guidelines as needed to thoughtfully support and uplift our members.