Jay C. White Cloud wrote:
Now on a very positive side of all this...is "self discovery" and/or learning with a group of "like minded" folks...I have seen some pretty remarkable workshops "sponsored by novice." Now this may seem paradoxical from my other statement above, however, in this situation we have a case of "experiential self discovery," and all participants are learning and teaching each other together by the "experience of the activity." I have seen some of these as "labor swaps" and others as "low cost" opportunities to help someone build their home while everyone learn and gain experience...All in all, if going to pay someone more than $300 for a workshop...I believe the facilitation should be done by an actual "expert" in the give field...in my view of it...
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