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During our June 8 meeting, I asked a question of the visions committee, and there was a request that I post that question on the wiki. Here it is:  What’s the difference between vision, mission, aim, purpose, and clear intention?  Which do you want here? --Meta
 
During our June 8 meeting, I asked a question of the visions committee, and there was a request that I post that question on the wiki. Here it is:  What’s the difference between vision, mission, aim, purpose, and clear intention?  Which do you want here? --Meta
  
Also, Suzi asked a question about the workshop we're working on that might be helpful to consider as we develop this. I don't remember all of her exact words, so i will use mine: What's '''alive''' for you about this group? What would really get you excited about participating in this group? --[User:John Abbe]
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Also, Suzi asked a question about the workshop we're working on that might be helpful to consider as we develop this. I don't remember all of her exact words, so i will use mine: What's '''alive''' for you about this group? What would really get you excited about participating in this group? --[[User:John Abbe]]

Revision as of 20:54, 9 June 2006

Proposed aim of Spreading NVC in Eugene (started by Mark; edit it as you like):

"The aim of our group, Spreading NVC, is to deepen our consciousness of, and facility at, compassionate giving by promoting opportunities for people of all ages and incomes in Lane County to learn Nonviolent Communication."


During our June 8 meeting, I asked a question of the visions committee, and there was a request that I post that question on the wiki. Here it is: What’s the difference between vision, mission, aim, purpose, and clear intention? Which do you want here? --Meta

Also, Suzi asked a question about the workshop we're working on that might be helpful to consider as we develop this. I don't remember all of her exact words, so i will use mine: What's alive for you about this group? What would really get you excited about participating in this group? --User:John Abbe