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Fishing Minnesota Guidelines - Rules & Privacy Policy


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Core Values - Inside Traders Guiding Principles

1.    Be socially skilled

Make interesting connections.

Be true to you, be passionate, and be caring.

Treat yourself and others well; we all make mistakes.

Stimulate variety in personality and culture.

Encourage transparency and surely be honest.

Acknowledge that disagreement is okay.

2.    Express yourself

Create a vibrant medium to encourage participation.

Seek and celebrate a diversity of views.

Allow others to feel good expressing themselves.

Be a host, not a tyrant. The community owns itself.

An unpopular, thought-out decision or thought is often good.

Try new things. Succeed and fail graciously.

3.    Respect your private human

You are not required to share more than you are comfortable with.

Having information doesn't give you a license to use it.

Allow people to be as anonymous as they choose, including yourself.

Value the openness afforded by anonymity.

The right to know you is afforded by your personal expression.

4.    Be mindful

Be aware of yourself, others, and things going on.

Make decisions based on your life goals.

Thinking "that's the way it's always been done" is lazy.

Be conscious; explore options and impacts of potential paths.

The group is not always right.

Wheels don't always need reinventing.

5.    Just do it

Improve upon something you love.

Turn thoughts into ideas and then create it.

Break out of your current box from time to time.

Find your zone between progress and perfection.

Build for today and tomorrow

6.    Be part of something bigger

Life is better when "you have fun" as part of a community

Lighten up - we are only here for a short while.

Celebrate life: recognize success and reward it.

Become part of the larger family.

Contribute your uniqueness for all to appreciate.

Do your part to help the collaboration you enjoy grow.

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