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A row of tabs, Topics... Global Challenge's Top 10 topics cast your suggestion and vote on the top 10 in when the voting page appears later. Find a good range of Community of Impact words on Sam's google doc and I love this... https://youtu.be/nq0EGxcHlvY
Message removed. I asked where the topics came from, they're probably in reaction to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_o-axpAcjQ#t=1h12m18s (1:12:18).
Any team player will know what the team has been discussing in the loop and repeating stuff over and over in forums is already done and dusted, is what we are attempting to avoid at all cost. We are addressing the Global Challenges as a collaboration. And this is not just any honeypot, we have a place for everyone to fit in the narrative and accept contradictions and contributions to keep the lights on.
@atvpn So you are saying to ask these questions on the forum is a repetition and bad to ask/engage there?
Message removed. I asked why there is burnout mentioned in some of the questions/topics on the forum. It's probably in reaction to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_o-axpAcjQ#t=1h13m43s (1:13:43)
@skreutzer Imagine the GCC is a huge ship, not on the right deck?, the passengers have to work their way into the loop and enter an advanced discussion in the forum topic: Advanced change makers. other Topics Beginners questions, Zoom face 2 face peer2 peer open discussions p2pod lol
Who is not on the right deck? Me, you, people, somebody? Do I understand correctly that you suggest that a topic "Advanced change makers" should be created, which is and should be reserved for advanced discussions, while the other topics can be any beginner question, plus the other channels like Zoom serving different or the same purpose? I think you don't have an account yet on the site for the forum, because with such an account, you could even create that topic yourself, and then it's a matter of convincing participants to get into the practice of separating between advanced and beginner.