Hello Everyone,

Greetings. :)

> +1. We are all ambassadors.


> In this factor, APAC do better than EMEA, I think so (sorry :).
> In APAC, we have three or more people can chair a meeting although we all still rely on David.

As food for thought, I help facilitate for APAC with three things:

1.) * Allow everyone to show up as a Leader *
2.) * Delegate to develop the people *
3.) * Create conditions of accountability and actions *

By empowering all APAC participants to "jump" in and "lead" the meetings as well as allowing co-chairs, we are able to move forward.  We have structure and we work within that framework.  :)

> Next time, I will try (arranging time zone difference) to attend an EMEA meeting.

Working together we accomplish our goals.  :)

There is a good adage - "One arrow alone can be easily broken but many arrows are indestructible." by Genghis Khan.  :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature= player_detailpage&v=gnqQ3CmTVpo#t=1085s

Please have a Great Fedora day & evening! :~)

Thank You
- David -
David Ramsey
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One stone; two birds.
To kill 2 birds with 1 stone.
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