Christa Hesselink : Leader's Guide for Life's Great Dare Book Club

Leader's Guide for Life's Great Dare Book Club

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Religion & Spirituality, Self-Improvement

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Getting The Most Out Of This Leader’s Guide

This Leader’s Guide is short and sweet because being a leader of a Life’s Great Dare Book Club is simple.

I’m a firm believer that all groups need a ”leader-type” to keep people on track, but this Book Club is meant to be a fun, casual, authentic exploration of ideas with friends.

Simply take time to read these few pages and get familiar with how the Book Club Workbook is laid out. Read the chapters once or twice before a gathering and have fun! (…and don’t forget to have drinks & snacks!...that always makes any gathering a good time!)

What This Leader Guide Isn’t!

If this is your first time leading a small group - way to go! I’m willing to bet, however, that you’ve done this sort of thing before. You’re a “pro”, or well on your way to being one!

That’s why I’m NOT including a full set of instructions for how to invite a group of people to get together, or things to keep in mind on your first night, how to relate to difficult people in a group setting, or even the “answers” to some of the questions focused on each chapter.

The point is, there’s no wrong way to do this. I’m just thrilled that you’re stepping up and providing some leadership to get the conversation started. Chances are, you’re gathering together with a few people that you already know! All you need to remember is to be yourself, be confident in helping to keep the discussion and activities on track, and have fun.

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