1st AA Lead
November 1st I will have 1 year of sobriety. I have been asked to give an hour lead soon and I'm really nervous. Is anyone aware of any AA guidelines out there for how to structure a lead? I've been told to speak from my heart and I will be fine however a 1 hour talk is very intimidating!!! Any advice would be so greatly appreciated! Thanks!!!
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