Friday, March 25, 2016

New Horizons Conversations Project Is Expanding! Yeah!

Assessing our net gains and losses from last year’s series of Coffee House Conversations we came up with a major expansion plan intended to take our best out into the Washington D.C. region and beyond.

(This we will do as we continue to assist Frederick County, Maryland as it strives to reach its "exceptional" best -- which some of its key leaders and other citizens are doing each and everyday. New Horizons applauds these folks who were among the many that attended our Coffee House Conversations last year!

See our evaluation of where we think Frederick still needs to develop more proficiency at the bottom of this linked article. And how incredibly awesome we think Frederick is in this linked article.)

Polarization does not need to be a way of life!
Conversation is our style.

If your group, organization, family or congregation is polarized, call us for a specially- designed analysis of the stuckness and a guided pathway out of it!

A Small “Zone Of Peace” can be anywhere ▬

Mahatma Gandhi suggested -- 
We do best to begin by carving out territories or zones of peace in our personal relations where violence and deceit won’t be used.
We at New Horizons have come to believe he was right! When building world peace is the goal, you can begin by creating small “zones of peace” from which you can reach out and build larger ones, if you choose.
Even a tent can be a
small "zone of peace!

The unfortunate thing, however, is that creating or finding “zones of peace” is not easy in this day and time of fast-paced living, economic pressure, school violence and threats of terrorism.

New Horizons’ Small “Zones Of Peace” Project Has A Solution!

Cultural Mediation Conversations – Coaching, Consulting and Trainings

(Coffee House Conversations, I’ve Got A Dream Conversations, (Abkhazian) Dinner Conversations and many other formats, specially designed for your group or organization, even family and friends. 

The deal is that "conversations," highlighted by storytelling, combined with "breaking bread" is a sure-fire winning combination for community-bridge building across barriers of diversity.) 

We can even be your Sunday brunch entertainment and so much more. 

Based on our intriguing model for empowering exceptional leaders and developing exceptional communities

For inquires, contact Lynn Cullather-Popkin
Cell: 301.775.1432, email:

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