4. Agency; self-awareness, identity, desire. Understand how these sorts of self-loops, at individual group and societal levels lead to new results.
How could I do this with my life? as a profession or a full time hobby. It's helpful to hear perspectives: different policy isues, learning a new field from the grund up, what obstacles there are to applying it?
Catalina BPurpose: Taking personal responsibility for your own wellbeing at personal and global level.
Inspired from the idea of regeneration and new year resolutions, First Day wants to create a community level engagement at a personal level and community level.
At a community level, there might be a possibility to engage with City Awake as an organization who took the responsibility to promote Boston as a social responsibility center. Could their mission overlap with the First Day. Another
Something the community wants to give, or to solve. A reason to meet together, around what subject. Totally open, or guided topic.
If you have a different parts of teh community get together and decide on the community level about commitments.
Samuel KA topic that you care about is more attractive than a generic health fair; which is more attractive than a topic you don't care about. A celebration is more attractive than an informational event.
: So - Invite people to 'come find your health problem' at a gathering? Have something like this founded in games and science and discovery?
We focused on 'Health' rather than personal resolutions and commitments (compare WalMart's annual event). What if this broadened to personal improvement?
How we provide value to the community:value as an outcome, fun as a driver.
Flu shots during the season.
Resources from local Nonprofits
Knowledge:much more than words on a piece of paper you're going to lose.
Round tables around challenges that communities have curated. Spread populations across tables, come up with the top 3 blocks (and how to shift it) to having a better community. See what recurs, incentivize/bounty those things.
Discovery of unknown things. Meditation?
Tiny booklets/manifests that get signed off on to indicate activities/ discoveries done.
How to navigate the insurance exchange. Choose your own adventure!
See counts on different activities? Encouragement to attend seen, rad things.
Blood pressure. 160/90 all end up in the same group, talk to each other about making it better.
Dance hall with cumulative heart rates. Mirrored dance moves are fun!
Creating a network - Learn and Connect. Make friends.
example of phones off in class - bigger reward when the group acts in a certain way (Minority Problem).
community or neighborhood paired to itself. Not just an aggregation of individuals, but something you participate in together. Collective.