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The questions below offer a way to begin—or continue—a service discussion or workshop
focused on this Tradition.
change the way we approach our work? How does that affect the ways we work with
other organizations or the public?
complete a task or project? When would we consider hiring a special worker?
balance our aspirations with our resources? If we are not able to hire outside assistance,
what are our alternatives moving forward?
What would be a reason to contact or visit an NA service office?
of having one? Why would we decide to open—or close—a service office?
legal or tax status to do so? Who would supervise, hire, and pay that worker? What
additional bookkeeping would be required? Would having an employee be more work
than doing the task ourselves?
considerations are involved in doing so? Do we have standard practices in place for
collecting bids or deciding who to contract with?
relevant service bulletins about the use of our logos and trademarks? Are we going about
it in a way that is in harmony with the Fellowship’s conscience?
a special worker isn’t a member, can the Traditions still apply?
as legal or financial services? At what point would this type of work constitute an outside
contribution in terms of Tradition Seven? Does it make a difference if the individual is a
family member of someone in NA?
understand this Tradition? How do we practice anonymity in terms of this Tradition?
What do these bridges teach us about our service efforts?
What could we do differently to better carry out our services?
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