How Do You Define “Member” of Words for the Journey?

Since we restructured Words for the Journey, there are questions about how I as director now define membership.

Originally, a member was someone who paid yearly dues. Starting in January 2014, dues are dead. We meet at Starbucks and everything is free (except the coffee.) Right now, during this transitional time, you pay for nothing.

So…what is a member? Well, the answer is people who attend!

As director, I like this better because the other way, too many paid their money and then we never saw them! To have a cohesive group, people have to come and participate, and in so doing, both the group and the member benefit.

Before you start thinking what a demanding little director I am, let me tell you how many times a year you must attend before we consider you a “member” of WFTJ. And here it is, drum roll please, the criteria for being considered a member of WFTJ:

In order to be considered a member of WFTJ, you must attend ONCE EVERY SIX MONTHS.

Yep, that’s it. Just once every six months!

And if you attend once every six months, I can put your event on this website (things like book signings and speaking engagements, anything writing or platform related), I will post your blog link and name, you will get a member directory, and you can post your blog article links on our Facebook “Words for the Journey SHARE” Group Page.

When the webinars start, those of you who are not local can attend, and participating (just showing up) in a live webinar will get you marked as “attended.”

The webinars, however, aren’t free, so if you’re far away from us, you’ll have to pay for attendance. But those of you who are local will have the option to attend free or pay or a combo of those two. Yay!

Okay, now that I’ve explained it, any questions?

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