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  1. […] The onus with clubs is that they don’t run themselves. If all the members take, take, take, the club withers on the vine; monthly meetings begin to resemble a late night poker game, with all the members glancing at each other shifty-eyed as they wonder what they can walk away with and not contribute. Don’t let it get to that stage: volunteer to help out, run for office, contribute to the website, man a table at a book fair, whatever it takes to inject energy into the club. You’ll often find that other members are ready to match your contributions with their own. Real synergy results and a thriving writers club is a powerful thing. See my post on Creative Tithing: The Old 80/20 for more. […]

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