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All opinions here are mine alone, and represent no lodge, grand lodge, or anything other than my own process of folly & learning. Many of the pages here intended as metaphor or useful myths, and are for interpretation, not for acceptance. I’m not trying to convince you of anything, but I might be trying to get you to figure out what you think about something.
Each year, Masonic lodges elect a new Master for the following year. The progressive line of positions leading up to the master’s chair acts as a kind of leadership training, or at least ideally should. Long before someone “assumes the east” and takes over the role, they’re encouraged to build a plan for their year… Continue reading Top-Down and Bottom-Up Leadership
How Masonic communities work and how to improve them Continue reading Masonic Engagement and the Orbit Model