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Citizen Muscle Boot Camp October 11, 2014

Posted by nrhatch in People, Sustainable Living.

The Citizen Muscle Boot Camp is a 4-week online program designed to provide the skills you need to make change on the issues you care about.

It’s an exercise plan to make the world a better place!

The Citizen Muscle Boot Camp is designed to get each of us flexing our Citizen Muscles and building the skills we need to make change in our communities

Complete with videos from Annie; hands-on, interactive online exercises; and some additional tips and exercises to practice as we go about our day the Citizen Muscle Boot Camp helps us develop our skills as changemakers.

To participate in a Boot Camp, all you need is an internet connection, about an hour or two a week, and desire to make the world a better place.

To Register, click HERE.

Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. Jill Weatherholt - October 11, 2014

Thanks for this, Nancy! I’ll certainly check it out. Happy Saturday to you!

nrhatch - October 11, 2014

I signed up. If I find it valuable, I’ll complete the course. If not, I’ll be a Boot Camp Drop Out. πŸ˜›

It appeals to my inner activist.

2. Silver in the Barn - October 11, 2014

Nancy, you are a such terrific source of interesting information. I never know what I’ll see next on your blog and I love that.

nrhatch - October 11, 2014

Thanks, Barbara. That’s nice to hear.

So much better than hearing that visitors are getting dizzy on the Tilt-A-Whirl, feeling nauseous on the Merry-Go-Round, or getting headaches from the Whack-A-Mole! 😎

I’ll keep sharing what resonates with me and hope that the “eclectic” mash up continues to resonate with visitors.

3. Rainee - October 11, 2014

Thanks Nancy. I registered and will check it out πŸ™‚

nrhatch - October 11, 2014

I signed up too, Rainee. If we don’t find it’s time well spent, we don’t have to finish, but the 4 weekly chapters sound relevant.

Rainee - October 11, 2014

Yes, agreed. Worth giving it a try πŸ™‚

4. katecrimmins - October 11, 2014

Interesting. At first I thought it was one of those “keep your brain” active exercises. Never saw this before.

nrhatch - October 11, 2014

I expect that’s a positive side effect of the Boot Camp for many, Kate. Instead of remaining asleep at the switch, we wake up and exercise our citizenship muscles with thoughtful awareness of where we are and where we want to be ~> adding to our mental agility.

5. NancyTex - October 11, 2014

I love The Story of Stuff! Can’t wait to hear what you think of the Bootcamp, NH. I would sign up except for the fact that it starts Monday, which is Thanksgiving here in Canada.

nrhatch - October 11, 2014

I’m pretty sure they’ll just e-mail us one lesson a week to complete at our convenience ~ about an hour or two a week.

Happy Thanksgiving!

NancyTex - October 11, 2014

Ahh, maybe I’ll sign up then!

nrhatch - October 11, 2014

I signed up . . . if it becomes an onerous burden or feels like a chore, I’ll drop out.

I’m OK being a “quitter” if something holds no appeal. 😎

6. Yolanda M. - October 11, 2014

What a terrific program. I’m a firm believer in ‘being the change you want to see’ and it starts with giving of our selves and our time to our community. I will check this out.

nrhatch - October 11, 2014

I thought it sounded great ~ only 1-2 hours a week for 4 weeks. Most of us can fit that in. And if it doesn’t feel like time well spent, we can be “drop outs.”

7. Tammy - October 12, 2014

Reblogged this on Agrigirl's Blog.

nrhatch - October 12, 2014

Thanks for spreading the word, Tammy!

8. Three Well Beings - October 13, 2014

This is a fascinating opportunity, Nancy. I’ve certainly never heard of it before and I love the concept. I am definitely interested in seeing what it is all about!

nrhatch - October 13, 2014

I haven’t checked my e-mail yet, but I expect that anyone who registers will be e-mailed with the “lesson” of the week to do as time permits.

Given all the ISSUES facing us these days, becoming better advocates and activists seems a wise use of time.

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