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Don’t sit on your assets! Everyone has something to offer. People possess innate gifts and can bring knowledge, passion or skill and organizers should lead by stepping back. Never do for people......

Don’t sit on your assets! Everyone has something to offer. People possess innate gifts and can bring knowledge, passion or skill and organizers should lead by stepping back. Never do for people what they can do for themselves. Jim Diers is the former Director of Seattle's Department of Neighbourhoods and is a recognized expert on how to revitalize neighbourhoods and neighbourhood economies. Jim Diers is the author of Neighbor Power. (www.neighborpower.org) Watch "Lead by Stepping Back" next.

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  • 1. #3 …but don’t leave them there:#3 …but don’t leave them there: Strive for Results! Presented by Jim Diers
  • 2. #4 – Don’t sit on your assets:
  • 3. Every individual has gifts of the head, heart and hands
  • 4. Labeled People: • Homeless • Unemployed • Poor person • Non-English speaking • Single parent • Addict • Offender • Old person • At-risk youth • Disabled
  • 5. Involving All Neighbours, Seattle
  • 6. jimdiers@comcast.net
  • 7. jimdiers@comcast.net
  • 8. jimdiers@comcast.net
  • 9. jimdiers@comcast.net