I just joined as a volunteer and I would love to do a shortened presentation of the crash course. I’m a trainer and I speak for a living – I travel quite a bit – 10-12 cities per month both here and abroad. I would love to be able to present a summary version of the course with a focus on action plan and possible solutions.
It sounds like you guys have some of the same ideas and have already done quite a bit of work. Is there any thought in creating a few standard shortened versions that we could all share to be able to send out the same consistent message?
I understand that Chris is working on a shortened version of the crash course and I would love to add an extension relating to action and planning to remain solution-focused rather than fear-focused.
Any thoughts on this?
Looking forward to your input!
I put together a one-hour intro to these ideas using Chris’s 3 Es plus ideas from the Transition movement. I am hesitant about sharing files because of copyright issues, but I’d be happy to let you see what I’ve done. Feel free to contact me if you like (I come and go a lot, so don’t interpret silence as being ignored!) at: transition at bobdandjulie dot net.
I"m holding a viewing for the crash course here in toronto, ontario at the end of may.
I have found the best way to find people is via facebook and http://www.meetup.com , They allow you to find large groups of people with similar interests quickly.
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