Solutions – Activist Training Classes Forming Now!

You have ask, “What can I do?” and “Are there any solutions?” Well, here is our response. Activist training classes are forming today, so get your name in right away to get notified of available seats.

Training consists of a series of small and personal webinars spread over a period of weeks. Before starting, you will receive physical copies of Mary Baker’s groundbreaking book, Citizen Ninja: Stand Up To Power and Ninja Training Workbook with exercises and supporting material. Each webinar will be live, allowing for questions and discussion, and all you need is a good Internet connection, and a computer with speakers and microphone. A webcam is optional.

Some things you will learn include:

  • How to discuss controversial topics with anyone
  • How to permanently sideline your fears
  • How to handle bullies in the public arena
  • How to present facts in order to overcome false narratives
  • How to persuade anyone to your position.

How to Become a Citizen Ninja™ is a workshop designed for concerned Americans who recognize they have a duty to engage in the civic process but are unsure how to go about it or are fearful of bully tactics being used against them.

Citizen Ninja makes the case for the importance of local civic participation. It educates, motivates, and activates beginner citizen activists and teaches how to participate in politics while providing a step by step guide on what to do.

Most importantly, it addresses the reasons that deter citizens from declaring their ideas, thoughts, and opinions in public.

There will be a nominal cost of $50 per training seat to cover the cost of materials and broadcast time.


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