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"Communication is defined as a process by which we assign and convey meaning in an attempt to create shared understanding. This process requires a vast repertoire of skills in intrapersonal and interpersonal processing, listening, observing, speaking, questioning, analyzing, and evaluating. Use of these processes transfers to all areas of life. It is through communication that collaboration and cooperation occur. "
Monday, March 07, 2011
The Frisco Renaissance continues, a break in the rainy weather this weekend Swt Brds and Thorobred transformed a truck yard into their own set, armed solely with their team and their vision for their project, "Clean Ass Whip" ft. Matt Blaque and San Quinn, is scheduled to be released mid-April.
DaVinci, known for his smooth flow and storytelling ability teamed up with dynamic photographer/director Marcus Ubungen for his most recent project.
SOUP'S ON- is a FREE monthly community building event for educators, youth workers and organizers. The event has a unique structure where the SOUP is the focal point, all ingredients are donated by youth workers and prepared by Jason. There is a guest speaker that shares a piece of their journey as it relates to and helps to fuel their passion to help educate and support young people in our communities and an open table discussion all shared over a piping hot bowl of soup.
I was given the honor of being the first guestspert for this event, hand picked by Jason for my passion for the city and they young people in it. In preparing for my contribution to the discussion I came to the realization that my outlook has transformed a great deal over the past 3 years, working as a Case Manager and Program Coordinator I've developed a greater sense of duty and appreciation for structure and support, while learning how to let go and allow for other people stories to unfold as they will. In the beginning all I knew was that I wanted to work with young people and that I needed to be present and available to support but had a haphazard approach the work. I had resources but not enough self discipline to have a consistent follow through, over time, training, practice, and failure, I've been able to develop my own practice and specialty in my work, I'm more confident navigating the system and I project less of my own personal experience on the youth I work with. The opportunity to powwow with other youth workers and service providers always allows me to broaden my network and add to my arsenal of stories and shared experiences.
I encourage all youth workers and educators in the Bay Area to participate in this amazing FREE event. http://www.facebook.com/guttersnipe.76#!/event.php?eid=201092073239596