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Do Four Things

For Reading Groups

Some of your best accomplishments in life have come when you, and a dedicated group, decided to accomplish worthwhile goals. Why should these challenging times be any different?

Research indicates that  groups of 4-10 people are best for maximum interaction and worthwhile sharing. (Any discussion groups of 15 or above participants tends to bog down, or not allow complete participation.)

Individuals, obviously, can use the simple Do Four Things book for focus, growth, and healthy change. Groups, however, often act to urge each other on, to provide experience and perspective, and provide mutual encouragement. Encouraging each other, and our culture, toward healing and positive change helps start solutions to problems that otherwise appear as  too daunting.

"But we've come too far; we've made too much progress to stop or to pull back. We must go forward. And I believe we will get there."
-John R. Lewis

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