For details of our discussion meetings and Seminars, Contact AGS
Where: Bonnet Bay, Sydney, NSW, Australia: For details Contact AGS
When: Turn up after 10am for a 10:30am start.
Cost: for a one-day Seminar including cuppas and lunchies.
is $10 for AGS members, $15 for non-members.
AGS membership for the calendar year is $25.
Note: Due to other circumstances,this schedule may change.
Email reminders will be sent about 10 days before each event.
Sun 16th June 2013
GS Around the Globe
A review of the activities of our colleagues
in the USA, India, UK and Europe.
How we fit in, and what we can contribute.
Led by Robert
Sun 14th July 2013
Applications of Creative and Critical thinking
Here we are going to work at the problem
of how to integrate and apply Creative and Critical thinking
methods along with GS formulations to our lives.
So expect another very interactive and challenging
problem based session.
Led by David
Sat 17th August 2013
"Popularising General Semantics"
S.I. Hayakawa's book "Language in Thought and Action"
was widely read and debated.
Can we popularise GS without losing the essence and genius
of Alfred Korzybski's groundwork?
Led by Robert
Sun 15th September 2013
A Multiple-Topic Seminar!
Today we will have a series of short introductory topics.
GS and Semiotics
and relating the two disciplines,
showing how one can learn from both.
Improving our Lives' Transitions (part II)
How can GS principles assist
in managing the transitions in our lives?
In memory of Gerard Nierenberg, we will have a brief introduction to his ideas about negotiating.
From his book “Fundamentals of Negotiating”
and “The Art of Creative Thinking”.
Led by David
Sat 12th October 2013
Your questions about how can you bind time
will be answered today!
The basic GS principles behind this formulation,
practical and written exercises and more will be explored.
Led by Pauline and a cast of the thousands who went before her
(from whom whe is time-binding.)
Sun 10th November 2013
Behavioural Change Methods
Come to this seminar to learn better strategies
for changing your behaviour
and keeping your changes on track.
88% fail in their New Year’s resolution
for some behavioural change ... Why?
1. They don't understand the change process.
2. Their expectations about the time and effort required
This seminar is designed to give you some of the information you need to know, to help develop skills for changing your behaviour, e.g. how to become more successful
with your New Year’s resolutions.
Presented by David.
Sun 1st December 2013
*** Christmas Party ***
Organised by Gavan