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    Chris Gilmour
    Adventurer
    @ChrisG

    Here are my thoughts from the Art of Transformation Journal:

    – Helping people see through the information to the action steps, the realistic, strategic plan
    – Super inspiring, focus on empowerment and identity building as opposed to information and fear. Becoming the protector? What other words would be more appealing?
    – Ask participants good reflective questions through surveys and forms so they can share their story and experience (optional whether they share publicly or not)
    – Make them feel part of a community, forms and chat boxes. Maybe even a buddy system, networking group, etc???
    – Let them share their story and learn from other participants – Their hero journey????
    – Make them feel like they are undertaking something that is bigger then themselves, a higher purpose. done through: language used, allowing them to share, project in their community as part of assignment (ex: mapping elderly, disabled, single parents in neighborhood that they could check in on in event of an emergency???)
    – Do I focus the course on being a protector (what other word would work??) as a life style????
    – Morning routines or daily awareness exercises like in Kamana Awareness Journals
    – Strategic planning theory and working documents to help them plan their path to success
    – A reward system to acknowledge their growth – Maybe something like a badge book?? Color stripes or belts for their level of preparedness??
    – Are different belts/levels different courses? – Are their different streams you can sign up for?
    – Basic class get you white belt then you sign up for a module on a specific theme which gets you another belt, stripe, etc???????
    – Maybe they develop like a character in a video game? I use a graphics designer to create an image for each level and even a storyline to go along with it????
    – Make getting prepared like a living video game or movie where you are the character
    – Have pillars to strive for and stand upon
    – brain teaser, brain stretcher activities/challenges
    – flexibility to meet their specific interests, goals, lifestyle and needs??

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    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    I love where you’re going with this. Seems like you’re getting much clearer. I was actually thinking about your course while out on a walk today. And the thought stream I was having was in perfect alignment with these two ideas you shared:

    – Basic class get you white belt then you sign up for a module on a specific theme which gets you another belt, stripe, etc???????

    I love this idea. Perhaps each level/module has a different belt that you go through, right up to black belt…

    – Maybe they develop like a character in a video game? I use a graphics designer to create an image for each level and even a storyline to go along with it????

    For what you’re doing, it definitely needs to be fun for people, otherwise they’ll put it off and ignore it. Because honestly, who really wants to prepare for emergencies. But if you can create a fun storyline that makes them the character, they’ll be more excited to do the work.

    Love where you’re going with this!

    Keep dreaming it in.

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