||Contact team guidelines
Welcome to the contact team!
Our mission is to find the person we need -- and
it will probably be one person, a needle in a haystack, -- that will cause immunics to tip
into total media exposure. This is the only mission of the contact team, and there are
many sub-goals to achieve that will increase the probability of its accomplishment. That's
why we must ask each other to adhere to the following guidelines:
- Play for the team, not alone.
- Set up your communications and systems for
maximum smooth team operation.
- Make your contacts in the most personal
- Wherever possible use e-mails to make your
contacts, since you can CC to the whole team, thus enhancing team effort and information
exchange. We get ideas from reading your e-mails to the people that you are contacting!
- CC each e-mail to the Cure team and the
contact team (they may not always be the same people).
- Get to know and like the person who you're
contacting before writing. If you find that is taking longer than a minute, it means: you
need to do some immunic actions to adjust yourself -- you're out of whack and being
negative about people; you should not be writing to the person, nor should any of the rest
- Keep track of whom other people are
contacting and what they say to those people, so that your communications mesh with theirs
and express new things. You don't want to send exactly the same letter that someone you're
contacting got yesterday from another of us.
- If one of us can write to someone, we all
- Say the prayer throughout the day.
- Throughout the day, do this immunic
action: "I am now attracting all the important people in the world to me."
- Have fun with the people you contact while
you're writing to them, and while you're talking to them when they contact you back.
- Thoroughly read and mean every word of any accompanying letter you send.
- Be prepared to answer questions about immunics and the Cure Show with statements
from the letters you send -- yours and the ones accompanying it -- without changing the
meaning of those statements when you put them into your own words. Practice putting them
into your own words.
- Expect people you write to want to talk to you on the phone. Get yourself turned
on by the prospect of speaking to them, and of making a new friend!
- When someone leaves you a message asking you to call them, you must return the
call within six hours.
- Return calls with a buddy conferenced in. Two heads are better than one! Play
some roles with your buddy before you return the call, where you play the person you're
calling and your buddy plays you. Never play yourself in one of these roleplays unless
specifically instructed to by a supervising Cure team member.
- When the person you're contacting is an old unimportant friend call the person,
or return their call, by yourself, or with a buddy who you have a good reason to have on
the phone with you. But, if you have talked to your old, important friend recently, call
back with a buddy. The best buddy to call with is Bayard: second-best; Frannie. This
guideline does not apply to business our philanthropic acquaintances, or to anyone but old
friends with whom you're interactions were strictly social -- with anybody else, call with
- When speaking to people, represent yourself as part of a group of volunteers
doing this project, not a single individual acting alone. Remember, you spoke of
"your colleagues" in your letter.
- Be in awe of no one and a friend to all.
- Show and give love to everyone you encounter
throughout the day. Use Gary Zukav's principles: cooperation, sharing, respect for life.
Be completely intensely involved, with no attachment to outcomes.
- Be willing for people, especially the people whom
you contact, to go their own way, in their own way.
- Put your own physical, emotional, and spiritual
well being above everything -- any outside results.
- Keep yourself happy in making the right choices at
- Remember all these guidelines and be able to rattle
them off word for word when asked to (tee hee).
You are part of Frannie Hora's Cure team.
Congratulations! There is more information about the team, and audios and instruction to
listen to, on this page.
Use this information to train yourself to
do this job. Test which things to read or listen to first. Use testing for everything.
A welcome note from Frances Hora
The Cure Team Subhub
The Press Kit