Showing posts from 2019

Have A Problem Solving Approach

There are ways we can contribute to defining and solving problems. One of the most important contributions we can make to problem-solving is our 1st party claims. Problem solving begins with lessons that you learn from experience. We want you to practice the method of problem solving. This method will be of assistance to you and I, and we'll own it. The networking method of using a group for solving specific problems. It allows us to be more prepared for unexpected occurences, options and actions. When it comes to problem solving; puts the focus on practice and incoming 1st party claims. We offer you the option to apply some problem solving lessons that must be practiced in order to be learned and developed. Realizing that problem solving requires practice is important. You need a comfort level to solve problems. You need to be trained to know how to practice becoming better at group problem solving. The comfort level comes from practice, so practice …

Bar B.Q. Central of Detroit

Good customer service @ Bar B.Q. Central  12729 W. 7 Mile Rd.
Tell us who and where you received good customer service; we’ll give them a specially designed thank you poster for their previously provided good customer service. Send your replies to or call 313 742-6018
These Service Providers Were Caught Providing Good Customer Service  Good Customer Service By Lisa @ Staples /Grosse Pt.
Good Customer Service By Mike @ CVS 3800 E. Jefferson
Good Customer Service By Janece @ Harbortown Market
Good Customer Service By Tiffany @ Slow's To Go
4107 Cass Ave. Detroit, MI

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Report Bureaucratic Errors Resulting In Damages

Many of us have been a victim of some sort of bureaucratic errors or ineptitude.Most all government agencies and aid providers make changes to their routine practices that impact us negatively, and they demonstrate little to no concern for the effects. The annual certification for housing and government services has a history of creating lots of unpublicized problems and effects. Share your 1st party experiences for better advocacy and problem solving going forward.

Don't Hide From 1st Party Claims

Increases in collection of 1st party claims are energizing the truth. At one time you could simply say I hadn’t heard and be justified. Now with more points to collect actual 1st party claims everything is changing. Recently the beginning of organized collaboration to solve emerging problems started. There’s been success from the team collecting and organizing best practices for handling incoming 1st party claims. Value has been added and investment has been increased to update handling policies. We are becoming more enabled to easily count and evaluate how incoming 1st party claims are being handled, and to what end. We made multiple discoveries in relation to how many ways we can use 1st party answers to 3 questions. Capturing the advantage of these discoveries is a must. Take the option to receive the incoming 1st party claims on the subjects of your choice.
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1st Party Input Engagement & Collection

The ability to collect as many of the 1st party claims as possible is important. We must expand the building of the means to collect and connect for direct engagement. The mutual agreement to exchange 3 key answers is building capacity. The engagement of 1st parties is necessary for contrasting with outside input. Job one is establishing the rules for handling the strongly held positions of individuals that are needed for the collective problem solving process. We require acknowledgement of the collectors of the incoming 1st party claims. We recognize the mutually agreed communication exchange as a best practice. Little to no investment in 1st party advocacy or in self-help organizing has been a long term condition. We have been organizing around the 1st party claims to connect practices that generate empowerment for the average person.
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Help For Vehicle Repair Shop Victims

The advocates formed in 2018 in response to the unmonitored and unregulated after-market auto sells, repair and financing enterprises.  Since that time the advocatse have continued to successfully support victims; said Perry Keys. If you or someone you know has been a victim of questionable auto repairs or sells contact us at or by phone at 313 742-6018

Start Creating Unity Where You Are

Unity starts with our mutual agreement to have communication exchange with each other. The more of such agreements we have, the more unity we can create. We learn from each other’s witness and 1st party claims of experience. When we have a position to see, hear and know those 1st party narratives; we can justify and compare our individual beliefs. For our group to move forward we must have a sense of justice, self-help and advocacy as a requirement. The approach to bring ourselves in to this mutual support relationship is paramount. This approach brings to surface the rules and expectations for the relationship. The process and transparency in communication relieves doubt of each one being acknowledged. Addressing the past injustice of devaluing the individual voice incites more unity. Organizing from the incoming 1st party claim is what sustains the group’s initial cause for expectation. When you add goals, suggested solutions and accountability, you can sustain the group’s unity. Af…

Off The Bench In 2020 For Judge Lynne A Pierce

Each citizen is encouraged to promote the removal of Judges they believe to be bad for the public good.

Add names to the political slate for removal of Judges in Wayne County 3rd Circuit Court.

The Detroit “sochockey” Challenge Turns 42

We’ve been having fun and letting people take the “sochockey” challenge for prizes; for 42 years. We’ve raised money and promoted causes and the chances continue!

Public Organizing & The Intellectuals

I’ve known many women and men that have learned great stuff; some even showed signs of being exceptional. Yet! They too were startled by their inability to move others based on that knowledge alone.  I’ve helped them to discover that we’ve been doing it all wrong. The foundation for our productive organizing is at the problem defining approach. It’s the pre-existing relationship we have with the 1st party claim collectors; that becomes the most essential ingredient to having trust. Finally it’s our shared narrative that gives rise to expectation and demands. The conclusion is it’s less about personal knowledge when it comes to uniting individuals today.  From: CEO

Send A Pic Of Stray Dogs You See

Establishing a most wanted list of neighborhood dogs has begun, and so has the first recurring pics of the same dogs. Send your pics to or call 313 742-6018
Seen in the E. Layfayette St. east of Chene St. area!

Relationships & Trust Triggers In Organizing People

In our study of relationships in effective organizing, we found factors like how long the parties had exchanged 1st party claims. So we now realize that the first trust trigger to productive organizing is the mutual communication agreement. In this case the mutual relationship agreement is between the one collecting and the one sharing their 1st party claim. The mutually agreed communication agreement is the starting place. From that start we add the policies for handling the incoming claims. With the combination of designated collectors, handling policies and the 1st party claims; we create the 2nd trust trigger, which is step by step understanding. Next it’s the equal access to put your individual claims into defining problems and validating solutions; that creates the 3rd trust trigger, willing engagement! The length of the mutual relationship between the collector and the claim provider adds history, and more confidence. Next we found that when we format claims and input to be con…

To: Joanna Underwood / City of Detroit Charter Commissioner


Share Suggestions To Help Vision Challenged Detroiters

We’re starting a continuing list of suggestions & 1st party experiences from vision challenged persons and those that assist them. We want this list to help create an agenda for improving the quality of life for vision challenged Detroiters.
(1) Spend more time getting the input of vision challenged individuals. From: Reuben Turner
(2) Join together with the wheelchair problem solver groups. From Derek Perry