what is the best approach to get involved

Hi, I am new as well. A friend of mine asked me to register here. But I have been struggling a little to find my feet. I work in environmental health and we make a lot of effort trying to take care of people coming to us and going to great lengths to be helpful. But I fail to see why my friend told me to join. I am concern that what We write and how we approach things are not the same as what is being discussed here https://www.inoculandpestcontrol.co.uk/pest-control-news/how-do-you-know-when-all-the-mice-are-gone-mouse-droppings/

I have a biology background and am quite agnostic with a keen sense of honesty. But are there actual articles that I may read before going on a forum and start discussing them? Does anyone have links to the materials that are being discussed? I saw on a previous page @lausten discussing Landmark forum but not knowing much about it I had the feeling that I was missing something.

 

There are CFI articles https://centerforinquiry.org/blogs-magazines/

However, there is very little link between them and the people who post here. It’s just free flowing conversation. You can link whatever you want to support your comments, just don’t do a bunch of advertising, or you will get banned with little warning. There are rules, the button is on the top right of every page, but you have to be pretty disruptive to violate them. But advertising is obvious.

My comment on Landmark is pretty old. You can comment on old topics, but you might not get much response. You can look at who has posted lately to get a good idea of who is active.

Just join the conversations and contribute (without advertising).

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I saw on a previous page @lausten discussing Landmark forum but not knowing much about it I had the feeling that I was missing something.

Quote the offending portion and propose a correction. That would be informative and in harmony with CFI stated goals. It would make you an asset to CFI membership.