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8 steps for a diy wellness retreat. smart meetings publishes cutting edge meetings content in print and digital magazines 12 times per year, hosts world class. Smart meetings is the leading meetings industry publisher and voice of inspiration for meeting professionals. we inspire our audience of meeting and event professionals to dream big—and create brilliant experiences that delight attendees, achieve desired results and elevate the impact of the meetings industry. From start to finish: how to plan a retreat people will love. business models. gabi logan. 14 min read. a few minutes before nine a.m., attendees start trickling into the sun filled great room, selecting the favorite seat– a couch with room to spread out for one, a deep, green armchair for another, and a straight backed chair with ample table. Lengthen the retreat to meet the needs of your group. • to shorten it, use only one of the two discussion modules. you may want to use the other one on the sunday morning after the retreat or at your next regularly scheduled women’s ministry meeting. • to lengthen it, consider spending more time on each of the two modules. Self management and recovery training (smart) is a global community of mutual support groups. at meetings, participants help one another resolve problems with any addiction (to drugs or alcohol or to activities such as gambling or over eating). participants find and develop the power within themselves to change and lead fulfilling and balanced.
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5. minimise potential challenges. there are three key ways to prevent overconfidence and poor planning from creating obstacles down the line: create a complete, measurable, action plan that includes all the steps necessary to achieve your goal. don't forget due dates for each step. Start with silence. "we read those memos, silently, during the meeting," says bezos. "it's like a study hall. everybody sits around the table, and we read silently, for usually about half an hour. 7. build bridges, not walls. two teams build separate halves of a bridge using the materials provided. once finished, they have to work together to make the halves fit. a great game for building collaboration and creativity skills. number of participants: 8 20 people at least enough to create two teams. duration: 60 minutes.
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