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1st Meeting Prep

“Preparation is everything. Noah did not start building the ark when it was raining.” – Warren Buffett

1.     Conduct a personal assessment to determine (see Skill Assessment link)

·        3 personal strengths

·        3 areas of improvement

2.     Develop a personal “instruction manual”.  Almost every new product you buy has one. Your “instruction manual” is really a bunch of tips for how others can most effectively work with you. (See example 1, example 2)

3.     Construct a list of resources you can bring to the group (e.g., personal contacts, special skills, equipment, access to information, etc.)

 

4.     Jot down a list of potential meeting times.