Friday, March 28, 2008

Experience the Effects of Bigger Small Talk in Fargo June 10-11!

Are you noticing that people are starting to talk about things that matter? Are you seeing relationships start to shift because people are starting to really listen to their children, their employees, their constituents in a way that makes a difference?

If you're not seeing that in your own world, you'll want to pay a visit to Fargo this summer because that's what's happening here. We've now got a list of 104 people who have been involved in at least one master mind group where they've committed 10 weeks to studying and practicing communication that matters and the results are really beginning to be evident in their personal and professional lives.

Plans are underway for the 2nd Annual Bigger Small Talk Summit where you'll have a chance to interact with some of these people who have taken on the challenge of Bigger Small Talk in their own lives. Watch for more details in the next week, but in the meantime, save the date: June 10-11 and plan to be with us in Fargo!


At 9:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is the first I've ever heard of the Bigger Small Talk event in Fargo.

Thanks for the heads up!

Just knowing such an event exists has my mind racing while causing me to examine the size of my small talk.

Keep creating...conversations worth having,


At 8:01 AM, Blogger Jodee Bock said...


I'm so glad you visited here and left your comment. I have a huge dream of creating an annual event (well, I guess that has happened, since this is the 2nd annual!) where people come back to experience and learn from each other what Bigger Small Talk means for their organizations, their families, their communities and their world. By using Open Space Technology, we create a dialogue based on what the participants want to talk about and help them move from insight to action.

I'd love to invite you to join us here in Fargo in June as we connect with others who are called to be here to learn from each other.

As we stand for deeper meaning in our conversations, we really will be making a difference in the world. The challenge for most of us is that we are conditioned to stay on the surface in most of our conversations, so when do we ever get a chance to practice in a safe setting? This is your chance!


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