Below are documents that are also available elsewhere on the concept of the Back to Basics and taking someone quickly through the steps.
Below are summaries for doing the 12 steps in 4 hours developed for our group:
How to do the 4th step the Back to Basics way:
My most recent inventory format:
Another summary of the 4th step Back to Basics, with information from AA The Original Way (AATOW), which is a wonderful site and a wealth of information on the early history of program and true recovery.
As with anything, take what you want and leave the rest behind.
These are copies of posts that have already been posted on the blog on how to do the 4th and 5th Steps using the assets and liabilities format.
Here is another explanation of the step 4 inventory done the B2B way from Rum Radio:
In the Back to Basics and early AA way of practicing the program, prayer and mediation were considered critical for recovery. Below are the main documents that explain the early AA method of 2 way prayer and meditation.
Here is an outline of how to do the 12 steps in 4 hours. Both are excellent!
AA OW has a wonderful explanation of the moral inventory which I think is also very helpful. It is a word document.
Here is the document in a pdf file:
Leadership Formats that are currently available and that the group is based on:
Here are other Assets and Liabilities Step 4 inventories or explanations:
Please see above another step 4 inventory with assets and liabilities. Below is some of what I have put together to help clarify this method:
Here is a highlighted document of the key sections of the AA BB
Here is a highlighted document of the key sections from the AA BB for how the AA founders went through the 12 steps
Below are group formats for step 10 and step 11 AM and PM review
Here are some new things to hopefully assist with this work:
These articles are interesting historical documents about working a strong program and sponsoring based on the early days of AA.