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Guys it moved funnyman aug 10 as it looked bay and practices on how to translate a passion for peacemaking into a profitable full-time professional career, I was able to build a very fulfilling 100 percent peacemaking practice less than one year, and revenues continue to climb exponentially and beyond wildest earlier expectations and forecasts. I humbly attribute much of success to Woody's advice, which not only can be found the content Woody's 2-day course, but also is generously available numerous additional places, such as on his website, and also his books, articles, and videos on how to develop a full-time peacemaking career. training module was very well-received by all. I still had much to share with the class before I needed to close and move on to the next training module; however, a short amount of time and by summarizing some key steps, along with Woody, I seemed to have further energized and inspired our class to commit to doing more mediation back their offices at the conclusion of our training. That is overall goal of mine as a trainer the important and relevant work of conflict resolution, I find much connecting with others who share passion for peacemaking. I commit to supporting them their endeavors to make a fulfilling living doing what they Like Woody did and is doing for me, I would like to pay it forward for others who want to practice full-time peacemaking and re-assure them that if I can do it, that they could do it at least as well as, or even better than me. 1, 2015 Welcome and thank you all for being here. It's exciting to people wanting to know more about non-adversarial practices and willing to engage a process of self -discovery to bring their practices to life, helping others to find their best selves and resolve their disputes while at the same time finding satisfaction and financial profit from our work. It sounds like a win win and we're lucky to find thinkers and trainers to help us figure this out. OACP is proud to bring you this training. We are organization existing for the purpose of working together professional development and support for this new way of practicing law. I also want to thank our sponsors, Bridges Collaborative Divorce Solutions, who donated most of the cost of the food that keep us going over the course of the next two days and Carrie who addition to registering and spending 2 days here with us, also made a donation to the cause. This is example of the public interest the paradigm shift we are making. Regarding the paradigm shift required to do the work we'll be talking about here, Zeytoonian, a civil collaborative attorney from Boston says: I think the paradigm shift comes two parts: external and internal. The external shift is the process of learning about a new way to approach dispute resolution training those ways and practices, committing to make them a part of our toolbox as conflict resolution advocates or facilitators, becoming engaged that community of like-minded practitioners and applying these processes and practices to actual cases. But the second part of the shift is the more profound part that follows these prerequisite steps above, and that is when we have internalized these processes and approaches that they become natural and aligned with who we are philosophically and our souls and how we approach our roles as solvers of problems and peacemakers. When this internal paradigm shift happens within us, it becomes increasingly difficult to go back to the old, adversarial litigation-type models. Approaching disputes first from the non-adversarial, interest -based door then also becomes easier and flows much more naturally from within us. We find ourselves speaking, acting, and working with a much deeper conviction, passion and grasp of what it is we are doing.