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At 4:00am on May 22, 2009, Nandini said…
thats great! yes chennai is hot. M part of a improv theatre group in blre! We all in our theatre group are major improv fans. We keep trying new improv formats of theatre. there are not too many improv based groups here. I know of one in Auroville (India)
At 8:43pm on May 21, 2009, Nandini said…
Hi paul,thanks for getting in touch. Its good to know that your daughter was in bangalore. How was her experience?
At 8:11am on May 19, 2009, David Pullan said…
Hi Paul
Great to hear from you. I read your book many moons ago and was very impressed. I'd love to get involved with the London group and am keen to follow what happens regarding your accreditation ideas. It's great to be on board.

Best wishes,

At 4:28am on May 19, 2009, Ellen Pruyne said…
Hi Paul,
Thanks for the welcome and the information on the London and St Albans groups. I look forward to the June meeting in London, which Belina has encouraged me to come to. Looking forward to meeting y'all. -Ellen
At 5:11am on May 2, 2009, Alison Jean Lester said…
I'll definitely let you know when I'm coming and see if you're free. My plan is to book my flights during this coming week, but I have ADD. Let's see if it happens. I'll try a picture where I'm bending over.
At 4:12am on May 2, 2009, Alison Jean Lester said…
p.s. Any idea why everyone else gets more of their head in their profile pic than I do?
At 4:05am on May 2, 2009, Alison Jean Lester said…
Many thanks for the welcome message, Paul! Please let me know if you come back to Singapore. Are you aware if any of your books are available here? I'll be in London in July and can purchase there otherwise...
At 9:44am on April 22, 2009, Padraig Hyland said…
Hi paul,
Thx for the note. I am just finding my way round here. I would be delighted to be a part of the London crew!! Do you guys meet regularly?

At 7:06am on April 21, 2009, Mark Salisbury said…
thanks for the encouragement. There is an English stand-up comic, Kevin McCarron, who has written some interesting stuff about the parallels between good teaching and good stand-up.
At 8:36am on April 18, 2009, Mark Withers said…
Hi Paul. Thanks for the welcome and I hope we will meet up - although not on Monday as I have other plans. Do you have any other meetings planned at all? All the best.
At 8:12am on April 18, 2009, Kathy Loh said…
Thanks for the welcome and the direction to the resource, Paul. Much appreciated- Kathy
At 7:40am on April 18, 2009, Patrick O'Sullivan said…
Paul, thank you for the welcoming message. Much appreciated. Enjoy your weekend! Paddy
At 7:32am on April 18, 2009, Dan O'Neil said…
Thanks for welcoming me aboard, Paul and for the reference. I'll definitely get in touch with Belinda.
At 5:36am on April 9, 2009, Mario Busacca said…
Thaks, I'm glad to be here.
At 3:03pm on April 3, 2009, Dan D. said…
Yeah... I'm just learning on how to browse all the forums, etc.
BUt, I'm glad it's here.
At 8:16am on March 24, 2009, Kim Schultz said…
Thanks a lot Paul!
At 5:52pm on March 12, 2009, Moira Deslandes said…
thank you for the welcome I look forward to it!
At 10:40am on March 3, 2009, Stuart Reid said…
Hi Paul - thanks for your welcome. Have dates been set for future meet-ups? Not obvious to me on the website anywhere.

At 11:09am on February 2, 2009, Nast Marrero said…
Hi Paul,
Thanks for your welcome. I hope you enjoyed your stay in Tenerife. We have created a business company in Gran Canaria specialized on corporate trainings and retreats, taking advantage of this benevolent wheater.

At 1:39pm on January 30, 2009, Andrew Gaines said…
Hi Paul - Great to hear from you. Let’s trade. Here is a URL for a PDF of Creative Conversations .

Printed copies can be ordered through .

I am passionate about positive cultural evolution, even though I think the odds are slim that our global civilisation will not unravel horribly quite soon. Methods such as Crucial Conversations, Non-Violent Communication, Synectics, all our improv stuff and no doubt Constructive Conversations all contribute to developing the collaborative goodwill and emotional centredness that is the psychological essence of a viable society.

If you like Creative Conversations, you might post comments on AIN - and I will do likewise from my end for Constructive Conversations.



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