Whatever your area of interest, online discussion boards and social networking sites can be great places to find like-minded people. And the world of Clean Language enthusiasts is no exception.

Some online resources for meeting people, finding practice partners and perhaps getting your questions answered include:

  • CleanForum, www.cleanforum.com, which is a specialist Clean discussion forum. Members include leading figures such as James Lawley, and discussions can become extremely detailed. Particularly useful are the reports from various Clean practice groups, which often spark ideas for new practice activities
  • Clean Community ‘groups’ on both LinkedIn and Facebook
  • A ‘fan page’ for Clean Language: Revealing Metaphors and Opening Minds on Facebook
  • A special interest group on Jamie Smart’s social networking site, www.mynlpresources.ning.com.

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