Today I’m going to delve into the topic of how you can accelerate your gold prospecting abilities while helping others.
It is well known that if you want to quickly improve your public speaking ability you should join in a group that provides both a venue to practice speaking and gives experienced feedback about your speaking attempts. Something like Toastmaster’s, Kiwana’s or Rotary Club.
You see, no one is perfect on their first or even last attempt at performing a worthwhile skill. We all need some feedback because there’s always room for improvement. That’s where a community or group of experienced individuals can help you improve quickly.
Gold prospecting is no different, it takes skill and feedback to become good at it….
Webster’s dictionary defines community as:
noun: community; plural noun: communities
1. a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. “Rhode Island’s Japanese community”
synonyms: group, body, set, circle, clique, faction; More
2. a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.
“the sense of community that organized religion can provide”
Now more than ever there is the need for gold prospectors to join together as a community or group of like minded individuals. Individuals that work together to make the results of the team much more effective at finding gold and helping one another than the sum of the individuals themselves.
A network of support in the learning process and a team of people willing to help one another find gold and back up our rights to prospect for that gold.
So, Today I have some questions for you:
Q1. What is your most pressing issue regarding a gold prospecting group?
Q2. What is your greatest fear about a gold prospecting group?
Q3. What is your dream regarding a gold prospecting group?
Thanks for your help,