Starting up . . . again!

| By admin

First meetings of any kind are very important–even if it’s “another” first meeting. Whenever your group takes a break, consider that first meeting back together to be a re-start–a new first meeting. See it as an opportunity to recalibrate your patterns, to re-establish the warmth of your group, to welcome new people, and to set the stage for transparent sharing.

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