June 12, 2017 § Leave a comment
It was fun to visit with old friends attending the Sail America 2017 meeting, held recently in Milwaukee. It’s always a pleasure to exchange ideas about ways to help more people find sailing and then make it part of their whole lives. My job was to ask adult women why they are excited about learning to sail and sharing it with friends and family. This great panel made the work easy.
While I don’t think there was a recording, here are the slides from my panel preceding talk.
March 31, 2015 § Leave a comment
My latest in Spinsheet challenges schools to include the whole family, and families to include sailing as the thing done together.
Taji Jacobs was always on the look-out for fun outdoor activities that might be done as a family.
She thought sailing might be fun for everyone, though she was a bit apprehensive herself. Would she feel scared? What if she didn’t understand the lingo and made a mistake that caused trouble? Would the kids think it was boring? Would Paul be interested?
Then she saw a Facebook post about a new kind of sailing program, discussed it with the family over dinner, and they decided to give it a try. Read more: