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Printable 2017 Meeting Schedule / Flyer November 4, 2016

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The 2017 Meeting Schedule is ready. Click (here) or on the image above to download and print.

Question Board May 25th 2017 May 25, 2017

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Our meeting question board collects the ideas, questions, issues, and concerns people have and want to explore with the group. While we make an effort to address everyone’s issues in a 2hr meeting we can’t always get to everything. (Click on image to view larger)

Question Board May 11th 2017 May 11, 2017

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Our meeting question board collects the ideas, questions, issues, and concerns people have and want to explore with the group. While we make an effort to address everyone’s issues in a 2hr meeting we can’t always get to everything. (Click on image to view larger)

Question Board April 27th 2017 April 27, 2017

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Our meeting question board collects the ideas, questions, issues, and concerns people have and want to explore with the group. While we make an effort to address everyone’s issues in a 2hr meeting we can’t always get to everything. (Click on image to view larger)

 

Question Board April 13th 2017 April 13, 2017

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Our meeting question board collects the ideas, questions, issues, and concerns people have and want to explore with the group. While we make an effort to address everyone’s issues in a 2hr meeting we can’t always get to everything. (Click on image to view larger)

 

Willpower when/if you want it March 31, 2017

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Kelly McGonigal (Stanford) author of the “willpower Instinct” mentions a few useful exercises many of us can apply to good effect. In particular, I’d like to point to two ideas for your consideration: 1. Using a bit of mindfulness meditation (Surf the Urge) to exercise our powers of “being present”, 2. Using the writing exercise of “Defensive Pessimism” to circumvent future failure.

Slides from the presentation: