OGEECHEE ECONOMIC FORUM
The Ogeechee Economic Forum is designed to provide open, free, fair, democratic face-to-face discussions of relevant economic problems and opportunities as explained in “De-Gaming and Saving Democracy,” by Richard John Stapleton, the forum moderator and the 2005 founder of Effective Learning Company, at 32 East Main Street, Statesboro, Georgia to encourage better management practices for a variety of organizations and groups.
The Ogeechee Economic Forum is non-partisan politically and theistically, neither advocating nor opposing any political party or religious denomination. The purpose of the forum is to discuss the causes and cures of economic problems, and related political, social, educational, and military problems in a fact-based manner. On the other hand, forum participants may express their religious beliefs on a first come first serve basis with no interruptions in a collegial manner.
The laws and rules for participating in the Ogeechee Economic Forum are clearly spelled out in “De-Gaming and Saving Democracy.”
Participating with the Ogeechee Economic Forum will enable you to discuss and test your economic, political, and social ideas and perceptions with others to enable you to develop more certainty in your own mind about what is actually going on and at the same contribute to the creation of consensual ideas that might help improve the management and functioning of organizations and groups.
The Ogeechee Economic Forum is open from 10-11 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month.
Following is a standing invitation.
SPEAK YOUR MIND!
AND LEARN WHAT OTHERS THINK IS REALLY GOING ON
IN A GAME-FREE GROUP.
DO YOUR DUTY AS A SPACESHIP EARTH STAKEHOLDER.
HOW: OGEECHEE ECONOMIC FORUM
WHEN: THIRD SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH, 10-11 A.M.
WHERE: STAPLETON LEARNING COMPANY, 32 EAST MAIN STREET, STATESBORO, GEORGIA, USA
Located across East Main Street from the Emma Kelly Theater. Enter at the back of the building. Front door is locked on Saturday. Turn right or left off East Main Street onto the Sea Island Bank Drive-Thru Window street. You can see the Stapleton Learning Company sign on the rear of the building near the entrance. Don’t worry about the Farmer’s Market in the Sea Island parking lot. There’s ample parking in nearby parking lots a block or so away. Don’t park behind the garage doors of the adjacent building blocking egress of vehicles inside.
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