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Weekly Reflection 11/13/15

Group blogging with @douglasawesome is always awesome.  We just sat down to do this together, he was interested in my blog so i showed him thru a bunch of stuff before looking at how i structure my weekly post.  Last year we did responses to group questions.  So this week I am doing one of those.  [edit: see link to RISK post]
  1. Clear/Gratitude/Achievements
  2. Stand out moments of the week
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Personal Mastery Board: new implementation – tracking AHC attendance

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Reflection on the Week 2/13/15

It's been an interesting week, and today is the last day before we take a weeklong break, so I'm feeling strangely incomplete.  This week's blogging group decided to veer away from traditional reflective style questions, which is an interesting way of looking at things.  I was a little distracted at the start of the week with the news from Australia about a potential change of PM (didn't happen sadly).  So the week has felt a bit like an anti-climax.

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Reflection on ALC Week 2/6/15

It's been an interesting week, with Cloudhouse visiting for a few days, and several other visitors, it was busy.  Rebecca from switzerland was with us all week and Hannah started with us this Monday/Wednesday.  I made some progress on the NLNL project and made a new friend in that community (Angela).  Reflecting on the week with Douglas, and now also Ryan, is starting to become a thing (second week of practicing).  Next week I will propose this 'challenge questions' for change-up (writing the post-it for awareness now), as an activity that is totally opt-in.

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January ’15 in review

Today @douglasawesome and I decided to write responses to the same questions, a la Everett blogging questions.  So we went to @tommie 's site for ideas and found that they were too specific for us to use today (what's the manatee cup, guys?).  So, since we just came out of our japanese class with Yasushi-san, we decided that is a good start.  I've followed up my response to those questions with another one to reflect on the month of January.

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