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Together is a very good word

When I look back with gratitude it’s always the things that were done TOGETHER that I’m most thankful for: the things we did together, the fun we had together, the sorrow we shared together. Yesterday I was reading the Annual Report of Friends of Casco Bay and the theme this year is “Let’s Work Together!” There’s a Passamaquoddy word for that, the report explains: Mawoluhkahtine.

If you’re looking for a gift for someone who believes in “together” or if you want to give a very practical year-end gift to your team because you’re grateful for your work together, please consider my book Together We Decide, An Essential Guide for Making Good Group Decisions. In a world of increasing divisiveness, this book provides tools and techniques for coming together; even across divides, even when it’s hard.

If you want less apart-ness and more togetherness, I wrote this book for you.

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