MIMIC THIS! When you get invited to events 3000 miles away (or 20 of them just across town), use COPY & PASTE with the really interesting events to seed your own community's plans for similar events. Why start from scratch.... Beg, borrow and mimic! More....
"Welcome Scott! Great to see you here on the social networks for Transition U.S. and Transition Colorado. You highlighted in your profile "... With 501(c)(3) status, we plan to expand to issues of water, agricultural, health, sanitation,…"
Welcome Scott! Great to see you here on the social networks for Transition U.S. and Transition Colorado. You highlighted in your profile "... With 501(c)(3) status, we plan to expand to issues of water, agricultural, health, sanitation, 'green' building...locally, then nationally and globally...." -- Super! Let me know if you'd like assistance in creating a social network similar to the Transition network. And who owns the federal reserve -- only the owners know and they aren't telling. You can be sure it's not the american people... Some Links Members Have Found Helpful
Send me your Skype ID so we can spend a few minutes talking about what you’d like to do here. My ID is LSquiresSkype. I’ll give you a brief Skype “phone call”.
Declare yourself -- What do you personally bring to the potluck? Give it a title and say much more than you included in your Profile. Lay out your offer in detail. Or, tell us what you’d really like to learn! Others will join in.
Profile your group -- Make your constituents visible. Find some creative ways to offer their special values to mentor all Transitioners.
Reinforce, reinforce, reinforce -- Connect the dots -- friends to friends, newcomers to oldcomers, groups to groups, groups to members, skills to skills, special interests to special interests. This is your garden. Cultivate for the harvest.
Next steps TransitionUS -- Set up local Transition initiatives as official Transition communities; sign up for training; build your community resilience.