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Project Notice (FOR MEMBERS):
PLEASE update any tasks you have at least once a week - by each FRIDAY (or more often if you wish - after major accomplishments, etc. We all would love the hear how it is going!)

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The resource area is viewable by members only. Once you join, get THE TABLE OF TOPICS and let us know what you are going to be working on by dropping a note in the forum.

The Foundational Principle
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I look back the best sessions I have been involved with both in person and on-line, and they all share the same thing in common. The following principles will be foundational to how we, the people, will conduct ourselves. If you have a problem with these you might want to find another project somewhere – but I really think you already picked most of these up.

What is the Foundational Principle? HAVE FUN! But when people stay together for extended amounts of time, there are inevitably clashes of interests, personality or someone just having a bad day. Under those situations remember the following:

Focus on the situation, issue, or behavior, not on the person.

If someone does something during the project (as in a forum thread) you find personally offensive for whatever reason, be sure to address it. Address the behavior and be clear about your expectations. Don’t "counter-attack" or make it "personal."

Maintain the self-confidence and self-esteem of others.
There are "bumps in the road" even with successful groups. Remember that groups are most successful when individuals feel good about themselves.

Maintain constructive relationships.
Enough said.

Take initiative to make things better.
If you have a problem, issue or concern – bring it up. But also come with a solution. Take the extra step and effort to make the experience better for you and others!

Lead by example.
The best way to change someone else’s behavior is model what you would like to see.

I know this may be explaining the obvious and may also sound very "hokey" to others, but I think if we can agree on holding the Foundation Principle as our ground-rule for how we will relate to each other as the "people" behind the project, that will make our time together that much more enjoyable. - Savoy

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