Как проводить результативные встречи LessWrong сообщества

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How to Run a Successful Less Wrong Meetup Group

Как проводить результативные встречи LessWrong сообщества

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Why Organize a Meetup?

Зачем проводить встречи?

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Getting help

Announcing and Organize Your Meetups

Choosing avenue

Making the announcement

The first meetup

Beyond the first meetup

Pioneering new meetups

Restarting dead or inactive groups

How to build your team of heroes

The organizer

The welcomer

The learning coach

Content providers

The visionary

The networker

Retain members by being a social group

Long-term Meetup Group Maintenance

Informative social activities

Sharing stories, feelings and ideas

Name tags

Touch

Working and playing together

Types of conversations

Gender ratio

Comfort zones

Encouraging participation

Conflicts within the group

Learn to recognize status conflicts

How to attract new members

Advertising your group

Group norms and epistemic hygiene

Solving specific problems

How to get other people to help in running the group

How to move from just hanging out to planned content

Meetup Content

Discussions and Presentations

Presentations

Topical discussion

Discussion groups

Meta discussion

Games and Exercises

Biased Boardgaming

Behavioral Analysis

Bust-a-Distortion

Calibration Game

Cause and Belief

Fermi Calculations

Five-Minute Debiasing

Hypothetical Apostasies

Liar’s Dice

Other Bluffing Games

Paranoid Debating

Prediction Tournament

Rationalization game

Rejection therapy

Repetition game

Status exercises

Zendo

General bacchanalia

Example activities

Projects

Recommended Reading

Why Organize a Meetup?

“We are a group of friends [who] try miracle fruit, dance ecstatically until sunrise, actively embarrass ourselves at karaoke, get lost in the woods, and jump off waterfalls. Poker, paintball, parties, go-karts,

"Мы - группа друзей, которая пробовали "Чудесные ягоды", с упоением танцевали до рассвета, активно смущали друг друга в караоке, заблудились в лесу и прыгали в водопад. Покер, пейнтбол, вечеринки, картинг,

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concerts, camping... I have a community where I can live in truth and be accepted as I am, where I can give and receive feedback and get help becoming stronger. I am immensely grateful to have all of these people in my life, and I look forward to every moment I spend with them. To love and be loved is an unparalleled experience in this world, once you actually try it.”

концерты, кемпинг... У меня есть сообщество, где я могу быть честен и быть принятым таким, какой есть, где я могу давать и получать обратную связь и помощь в становлении сильнее. Я бесконечно благодарен за каждого из этих людей в моей жизни, и с нетерпением жду каждого момента, который проведу с ними. Любить и быть любимым - это беспрецедентный опыт в этом мире, как только вы на самом деле его получите».

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- Will Ryan, Less Wrong NYC: Case Study of a Successful Rationalist Chapter

- Вилл Райан, Less Wrong Нью-Йорк: Пример удачной группы Рационалистов

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