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I noticed that in the leadership materials for the 48 Days class, it appears that it is often structured so that the member does the homework for the session *before* seeing the video of the session.  Is that what is recommended?

 

In FPU (though, I do realize that everyone doesn't have to do it this way), the video is watched to introduce the content and *then* the homework is enacted upon.

 

What are you doing / have found is best for the class members through the 48 Days material and process pertaining to the assignments and homework?

 

-- Eric

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Eric, I've been following the Leaders Guide, which does have particpants read the material before watching the video. I had one person comment in my current class, saying if the reading came after the video, she probably wouldn't do the reading. But, doing the reading first prepares her better for the video and the discussion.
Jeff, thanks for your reply to Eric's question. Read first, then video. Sounds like you are using the 48 Days packages.

I am interested in hearing from both Jeff and Eric, where are you holding your seminars, how did you market them, and if you don't mind, the approximate price point? I always love to hear how people are making it happen.

Best of success to both of you,

Daryll Mackereth
www.workiscalling.com

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