📑Clear Descriptions

  • Clearly define the functions and offerings of your organization.

    • What is the purpose of your society?

    • What services will you provide to your members?

    • Offer specific examples of the types of events and activities you plan to host. Educational discussions, integration calls, and community gatherings are just a few examples of the types of events that could be offered.

  • Identify what you don't want to see in your organization.

    • Are there any behaviors, attitudes, or actions that you want to avoid? Be clear about these from the start to help prevent them from arising later on.

  • Clearly articulate what you do want to see in your organization.

    • What values and principles do you want to uphold?

    • What kind of culture do you want to cultivate?

  • Remember, having a clear vision and mission for your organization is crucial to its success. By being clear and upfront about what your organization is and what it stands for, you can help ensure that everyone is working together towards a common goal.

  • Start with one thing, there are so many things you can do, start with one thing, and do it really really well. Started with 1 community meeting 1 a month for an entire year.

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