This blog post is about what we have done so far regarding the community AND we have included our humble offer to you as well.

First and most importantly, we have had Skype interviews with our community members Joyce Miller, Eli De Friend, and Stephen Dann. We have tried to define what exactly LSP is, and as we have seen, there are different interpretations. These interviews have helped us better understand what the methodology is about and what is needed and wanted from the community. We have scheduled interviews with others as well, and we hope to publish a summary of these in the future. We believe it will be pretty interesting material to read and possibly see/hear too.

Secondly, we are trying different ideas on our test site to see what works and what doesn’t. If we finally find the best way to approach it, we can transfer the outcome to the real site. Content wise – ideally we would like to encourage discussions within the community, have personal experiences shared, etc. In short – creating value.

Thirdly, we would like to remind you that you can still share your ideas on what kind of changes you would like to see in the community and its web site. Also if you are interested in participating in the Skype interviews, you can let us know by leaving a comment under the blog post, message us on Facebook or send an email.  

We want to thank everyone who has given us feedback, read our stories, and those who have found time to have a little “tea party” with us over the Skype. You have given us highly valuable information.

The offer.

PS. There is an opportunity for you! Blogging, editing pictures and videos is quite time-consuming – we know, been there, done that, doesn’t get any easier either. Hence our offer – if you have an interesting workshop experience or you want to share an idea or an opinion, we happily accept your stories, edit them if needed and mention you as an author, of course. So far such stories have won the most attention over the years, and we know they are valued within the community.



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