Now that I've retired my Scoutmaster badge I'm able to write what I would have appreciated reading when I first took on the job 30 years ago.
Since I started writing a blog at ScoutmasterCG.com 11 years ago, I've learned something of the power of storytelling.
This narrative loosely follows my own experiences, but the new Scoutmaster in the story begins knowing things that took me many years to understand. I share it with the hope you'll find it useful, and inspire you to discover something more about the spirit of your work as a Scouter.
©2014, 2016 Clarke Green (P)2016 Clarke Green
I absolutely loved this book. Clarke really put together a great story to mirror his experience as a Scoutmaster. I am encouraged by this story.
Very good info on understanding the Scouting "methods " better. I'd highly recommend any Scoutmasters, Assistants, Committee Members, and even parents of Scouts reading to get a better understanding of Boy Led Scouting and how it helps them grow into better men, employees, citizens,leaders when it clicks. It won't happen their first year it's a process. I've been involved with Scouts since the 1980s when I was in Scouts and this is my second time through. I wish I knew some of this years ago.
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