For Sponsees/those Seeking a Sponsor:
Why did you decided to seek a sponsor?
Did you get a sponsor within your first year of the program?
How difficult was it for you to get a sponsor?
Is your sponsor from your home group?
Have you had more than one sponsor?
How often do you contact your sponsor?
What benefits have you received from having a sponsor?
What did you done to find a sponsor?
Why don't you have a sponsor?
Who in your group would you trust to be a sponsor?
What would keep you from asking?
Would it be easier for you to ask for a temporary sponsor?
Does your home group promote sponsorship at every meeting?
Do you want to get a sponsor?
Do you have any sponsees?
Do you use literature from outside EA as a sponsor?
How do you benefit from being a sponsor?
Where did you learn how to be a sponsor?
Do you have a routine for your sponsee?
How much contact do you want or need from your sponsees?
As a sponsor, what has proven effective to keep sponsees progressing in the program?
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by being a sponsor? What do you do if you are?
How many steps did you complete before becoming a sponsor?
Do you have any ideas to increase sponsorship in the EA program?
Would you be willing to ask your group to promote sponsorship by:
Adding an asterix by the name of sponsor volunteers to the group phone list.
Getting agreement to ask sponsors to raise their hands during the business section of the meeting.
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