• Greg Powell

What should we... do more?

After we consider what we should start doing and what we should stop doing, we should also consider what we might do more.


Is there a particular strength in our midst that we've overlooked or that we aren't employing to its fullest potential?


Have we tried something, considered it a failure, and stopped trying?


Have we done something by accident that worked out really well and that we should try to replicate?


Have we done something that succeeded but judged it to be too resource-intensive to attempt again?


Have we decided to do something at a particular frequency (eg. a Contemplative Day-hike each month) but it should be more frequent (eg. every week)?

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