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A capsule is a product of unique thought artistry -- an immersive digital journey that ferries you into micro-excursions on different topics. Each capsule contains interactive spaces with evocative content, powerful questions and intuitive spaces where users and friends can discover, store and develop their own ideas, practices and traditions.
Each capsule allows you to:
- Immerse in an experience that expands your horizons and elevates your game
- Enhance your ability to lead and coach yourself
- Ponder important but unexplored questions
- Capture visceral reactions through creative forms of expression
- Draw on the wisdom of invited friends
- Discover new ideas from a community of practitioners
- Integrate insights from your greatest teachers
- Interact and create accountability with your coaches
- Formulate ideas that won’t get lost with time
For spontaneous, free-form thoughts, users can create mixed-media journal entries in Space. Space alternates between a well-worn notebook to savor elements of your history and a fieldbook to forge new adventures. Engaging with Space on a regular basis allows for experiential learning on and off the platform.
Ways you can engage in Space:
- Emptying what’s on our mind
- Touching down during and after the week
- Notes to self
- Understand beliefs and worldviews we have
- Workbook parallel to training and coaching sessions
- Scrapbook to capture ideas you like
- Coach’s tool to pose questions and share tools
- Coffee-shop starters to connect with friends
- Portal to explore other people’s perspectives
- Mirror to explore and embody new archetypes
- Sanctuary for core practices
Themes allows members to contribute to and benefit from a global community interested in common topics or “themes”.
- Posts easily searched and organized by Categories and Themes
- Performances, Talks, Seminars, Interviews, added to themes
- Tagging posts with Themes to make them discoverable by others
- Ability to chose from pre-existing themes or add your own
On your own, with family, peers or a professional network — Scrpt enables a life-long adventure of learning and self-discovery. Scrpt is a digital platform designed to offer you tools to have wonderful ideas, ask powerful questions and creative spaces to discover important answers.
Scrpt’s robust setting configurations allow for private reflection and interactive collaboration.
Features to support collaboration include:
- Making posts private and only for you to see
- Sharing posts with the Scrpt community with or without your name
- Inviting one or more friends onto pages
- Allowing friends to make posts only you can see even on shared pages
- Allowing friends to vote on and comment on existing posts
Playboards are fun and interactive spaces with “plays” that users can explore and enact. Each play represents the user moving a step closer to their growth breakthrough.
- Each completed play turns a concealed panel into a visible one
- Panels can be tailored for different capsules and groups
- Users can share plays with the Scrpt community
- Panel aesthetics can be tailored for different design sensibilities
Scrpt providers users with a variety of ways to express themselves and quickly depict authentic versions of their current state, new mental models or future aspirations.
Expressive features include:
- Text notes
- Metaphor gallery
- Visual blending
- Web media
- Personal pics
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These are the bedrock principles that inform Scrpt.
1. Content vs. Process
If great content does not created desired outcomes, then it helps to look at the processes surrounding the content. We have invested our resources to create exponential impact for great content by innovating in the process.
2. Learning vs. Living
Learning and living are two related yet separate endeavors and need to be treated differently. Scrpt recognizes this difference and has built practices focused on bridging the gap between them.
3. Simple ideas
In a time-starved and attention-fragmented world, only simple ideas succeed in achieving long-term endurance. Scrpt pares down all non-essentials, to focus on what is simple yet important.
4. Endurance of Patterns
Each person is born with a core set of patterns which repeat themselves in different contexts, leading to desirable and undesirable outcomes. Scrpt embraces the stubborn nature of patterns to re-emerge in different guises as part of the creative growth process.
5. Power of Narratives
Our experiences, people and we ourselves give birth to narratives that shape us. To inspire change, it helps to change our narratives. Scrpt uses context, design, media and interactions to become aware of the narratives that have shaped us and the ones we are shaping.
6. Balance between Consistency & Novelty
Repetitive things bore us and so we ignore them. Perpetually novel things distract us and dilute our focus. Balancing consistency with novelty is key to capturing and retaining attention. Scrpt balances consistency with novelty by combining content, formats, interactions and experiences.
7. Importance of timeframes
Learning experiences are by necessity too short to allow what is learnt to gain traction. Scrpt operates in timeframes of 1, 3, 6, 12 months and beyond, mirroring real world development processes.
8. Social engagement
We are most accountable when we experience how our behavior impacts those around us. Scrpt uses engagement with important relationships to help us become more aware and self-authoring
9. Mindsets, Behavior & Culture
Attempting change in behavior without cultivating our mindsets, makes matters unnecessarily difficult. Scrpt utilizes the relation between mindset, behavior and culture to facilitate systemic change.
10. Visual narratives
Visual narratives are among the fastest ways to unlock meaning, identity and perspective. Scrpt harnesses the power of visuals and metaphor to inspire new narratives and ways of being.
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Learning, Teaching and Culture Change
Scrpt has benefited from the scholarship of an outstanding group of people across diverse fields – some of whom have been mentors and friends. Without their contribution, this platform would not have been possible. Below are references to books, articles and media that have influenced us.
- 5 Levels of ROI - Phillip Kirkpatrick
- Appreciative Inquiry – David Cooperrider
- Centered Leadership - Joanna Barsh and Johanne Lavoie
- Creativity in Business – Michael Ray
- GROW model of coaching – Sir John Whitmore
- Immunity to Change – Robert Kegan & Lisa Lahey
- Impact of Pre-work and Follow-up on training outcomes - Zenger, Folkman, Sherwin
- Leadership development and reflection: What is the connection? - Iain Densten & Judy Gray
- Leadership Without Easy Answers - Ronald Heifetz
- Non-violent Communication – Marshall Rosenberg
- Personal and Cultural Transformation - Gita Bellin & Associates
- Primal Leadership – Daniel Goleman, Annie McKee and Richard Boyatzis
- Strengths-based leadership – The Gallup Organization
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey
- The Fifth Discipline – Peter Senge
- The Five Dysfunctions of a Team – Patrick Lencioni
- The Hero and the Outlaw – Margaret Mark and Carol Pearson
- The Practice of Adaptive Leadership - Alexander Grashow, Marty Linsky and Ronald Heifetz
- Transformed – Judith Wright and Bob Wright
- Trends in Leadership Development – Center for Creative Leadership
- What Got You Here Won’t Get You There – Marshall Goldsmith
- Winning from Within – Erica Ariel Fox
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- Expeditionary Learning Education
- Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development - David Kolb
- Flow – Mihaly Czikszentmihalyi
- Folk High Schools - N.F.S. Grundtvig
- Getting more from your training programs - Aaron De Smet, Monica McGurk, and Elizabeth Schwartz
- Levels of (Memory) Processing - Fergus I. M. Craik and Robert S. Lockhart
- Making Learning Whole: How Seven Principles of Teaching Can Transform Education – David Perkins
- The Forgetting Curve - Hermann Ebbinghaus
- Mindful Questioning – Amy Elizabeth Fox
- On Dialogue - William van den Heuvel
- Organizational Learning: A Theory of Action Perspective - Chris Argyris & Donald Schon
- Presence – Otto Scharmer
- Reading the Room – David Kantor
- Strategic Questioning – Fran Peavey
- The Inconvenient Truth About Change Management - Scott Keller and Carolyn Aiken
- To Understand Is to Invent – Jean Piaget
- The Artist’s Way - Julia Cameron
- The Change Masters - Corporate Entrepreneurs at Work - Rosabeth Moss Kanter
- The Conditions of Learning - Robert Gagne
- The Field Guide to Human Centered Design - IDEO
- The Having of Wonderful Ideas - Eleanor Duckworth
- The Psychology of Change Management – Emily Lawson and Colin Price
- The Reflective Practitioner – Donald Schon
- The Skilled Facilitator – Roger Schwarz
Psychology and Physiology
- A Theory of Human Motivation - Abraham Maslow
- Affect-labeling – Matthew D. Lieberman
- The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious – Carl Jung
- Broaden and Build theory and Positive Resonance - Barbara Fredrickson
- Expressive Writing - James Pennebaker and John Evans
- Flourish – Martin Seligman
- Goldilocks Principle - Beth B. Hess and Joan M. Waring
- Man’s Search for Meaning - Victor Frankl
- The Structure of Magic - Richard Bandler and John Grinder
- The Subconscious Mind – Rooshikumar Pandya
- Pathways to Bliss – Joseph Campbell
- Personality theory – Isabel Briggs Myers and Katharine Cook Briggs
- Psychological ownership – Jon L. Pierce, Tatiana Kostova and Kurt T. Dirks
- Psychological safety – Amy Edmondson
- Stress Without Distress – Hans Selye
- The Courage to Create – Rollo May
- The Possible Human - Jean Houston
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Capture the big ideas
Journey helps ...
Build new mindsets
Make growth playful
Find and offer
Of all the assets you have — wealth, network, career, education, family, home — you are the most valuable. Your quest pursuing a few powerful ideas will shape your life outcomes more than anything else.
Above any asset you have — wealth, business, network, career, education, family or home -- harnessing a few pivotal ideas over long timeframes will elevate your life outcomes more than anything else
$0 for the first 1 month.
$50 per user for 12 months of follow-on engagement to boost learning impact by 2X.
Or your money back.
Scrpt’s privacy settings allow for private reflection and interactive collaboration with invited friends. Plus you can share and discover posts from a global user communty.
Scrpt's expression tools help create new stories by combining multiple and parallel views into them.
Expression features include Text notes, Metaphor galleries, Drawing, Visual blending, Recording, Web media and Personal pics
Keep your journey alive
Discover new ideas
Keep me logged in
The learner acts in response to the story-prompts -- alone and with others -- which helps them guide their own minds, hearts, relationships and actions into a new groove
* The filtering process by which this occurs in our mind is called the Reticular Activating System
** Agriculture through slow-drip irrigation illustrates this principle
A Stream will send learners a variety of visual story-prompts, questions, exercises and coaching imperatives on the platform and via email, that act as signposts on their journey
Our minds are deeply tuned to engage with social interactions, visuals, narratives, questions and exercises.
If a learner is engaged in their growth, its that simple.
We have designed a growth ecosystem to solve this. It begins with a Stream that comprises a series of creative tailor-made posts centered around transformative ideas of your leadership or culture change program.
Posts are delivered through a private page and a series of emails — collectively designed for self-coaching, growth conversations and psychological safety. The simple act of starting your day on your page will initiate a reflection and action loop that sustains ongoing development.
What is the process?
Why it works
Professional development programs have a common enemy: Inertia. Without an ecosystem to nurture our learnings, we have a sapling's hope in a dessert of making a lasting breakthrough.
We work with a program director to distill the key ideas of a development program. Then, Scrpt's narrative-driven AI + handcrafted selection build an engagement plan over a specified time horizon called a Stream.
A “novel” set of prompts and exercises on the “same” idea, engages our mind's sweet spot — enabling us to notice, focus and act upon important ideas*
A sustainability ecosystem
Delivered periodically over long stretches of time**, our mindsets and behaviors shift and it becomes difficult to act in opposition to what we believe
We help leadership programs respond to 3 learner needs that usually go unanswered:
- “How do I remember the core concepts I learnt after I forget them?”
- “How do I engage with them and over what time frame?
- “What do I do to start seeing results?”
Keep the impact going
Leaders are often passionate about creating positive impact beyond their work roles — within the public, non-profit or educational sectors.
We would be happy to partner with you to create positive impact for public good.
Tell us about causes you are passionate about and we will help you empower them affordably, including for free.
Journale has benefited from the entrepreneurial scholarship of an outstanding group of people across diverse fields – many of whom are mentors and friends. Each have contributed something truly original, time-tested and far-reaching to their respective fields. Without their contribution this platform would simply not have been posisble. We are forever grateful to them.
Scrpt. A new story.
How it works
Research by Accenture, Bain , BCG, Deloitte, Gartner, the International Labor Organization, McKinsey & Company, Mercer, The Milken Institute, PwC and the World Economic Forum all point to a massive shortage of "smart" labor over the next decade. Professional development represents a significant opportunity to have positive impact. However, there are real barriers that limit its potential with devilish challenges in the "follow-up" phase. Below are a few that frequently appear after successful learning has occured -- ordered from simple to complex -- which Scrpt helps overcome.
Follow-up: The Hidden Lever for Giant Impact
1. Learner forgets what they have learnt
2. They don't know when to use the new learning
3. They don't recall "how" to use the new learning
4. They lack the tools to "adapt" the new approach to their unique situation. So after failing at it once, they give up.
5. They are told the new learning won't be valued or beneficial to them or others
6. They tune-out reminders to apply the new learning
7. Peer learning calls and cohort-based discussions lack sustainable engagement
8. Learners do not see others, especially authority figures, using the new approaches
9. They are not encouraged to use or rewarded after using the new approaches
10. They face resistance from their own old mindsets that conflict with the new learning
11. They are held back by the embarrassment and fear of trying something new
12. They inadvertently check the new approach off their list after succeeding at it a few times and then old habits return
13. They get distracted and derailed by changing priorities and crises
14. They use the new approach only in low-stake situations rather than when they matter the most
15. They mistake progress in one context for shifting of a pattern that is part of a larger system
Scrpt can help you ...
Above any asset you already have — your wealth, business, network, career, education, family or home -- harnessing the power of a few core principles over long timeframes will elevate your life outcomes more than anything else
Build neural pathways that change longheld
Enjoy being coached by others
Become your own coach & overcome your inner trickster
Integrate transformative ideas into your life story
Unlock limiting patterns that have held you back
Stay on track with your Goals and Milestones
A new story
Or a Guarantee of Inertia
1. What pattern are you changing?
2. Where does it show up?
3. What specifically will you do different, compared to the past?
4. What happens if you don't do this?
5. What tough or different choice have you made recently?
2 Steps to Stream
- Find the right time and place to open your Streams.
- Use even the smaller visual clues in the artwork.
- Don’t judge the artwork. Use it for your benefit.
- Take your time. The more you put in, the more you get out.
- Don’t give up. It might come hours later. Or a friend might help.
Open each stream post and answer the question "What does this mean for you?"
Ask a trusted individual within your close circle to ask you the coaching questions below.
Aim for at least one conversation every 2 weeks and log it in your Dashboard every time you do.
Scrpt is a self-coaching complement to learning programs that enables Teachers, Learners and L&D to engage in long-term relationships to maximize mutual benefit for all.
We all know there’s a $100 Billion black hole of inertia that prevents learners from going from "knowing" to "doing".
Scrpt serves L&D professionals through a simple, impactful and enjoyable platform — that simply works.
Scrpt doesn’t teach learners anything new. We help them by learning from themselves, bringing isolated pieces of the learning puzzle together, enabling them to learn from each other and making essential ideas which are becoming old, new and relevant again. This exponentially improves impact with the same program resources.
Scrpt combines right & left brain techniques, social interactions and group dynamics to ensure learners achieve important milestones before and after key learning events.
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Team reports to enable team leaders to see user engagement
Self-coaching for individuals and teams
Scrpt gives Leaders, Teams, L&D, Sponsors, Coaches and Trainers one place to embark on a sustainable journey of individual, team and organizational development.
Tie into goals, milestones and challenges for higher accountability
A quiet and focused space … an achiever’s beautiful community
We are the simplest behind-the-scenes follow-on service to go from “learning” to “living”
Forum for Coaches to provide light-touch support after the program
1-1 Messenger for team accountability, appreciation and chats
Better innovation through learning
Higher learner satisfaction
Higher impact and behavior adoption
Social space for learners to reflect and learn from each other
Simple. Impactful. Enjoyable.
Micro-tailored learning vs. one-size-fits-all content flooding
Role-modeling by leaders to set example internally
Learning impact. Delivered.
Living our learning
Stronger community and word-of-mouth
Advanced journaling to promote wellbeing and self-empowerment
Visually and cognitively rich content for high-engagement
Cultivation, activation and spreading of growth mindsets
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Research by McKinsey, the World Economic Forum, Mercer, PwC and Deloitte all point to a massive shortage of skilled labor over the next decade.
1. Learner forgets they have learnt a new skill
2. They don't know when to use the new skill
3. They don't recall "how" to use the new skill
4. They approach the skill less than whole-heartedly and fail
5. They are told the new skill is not valued or beneficial to them or others
6. They do not see anyone else, especially authority figures, using or appreciating the new skills
7. They are not encouraged to use or rewarded after using the new skill
8. They face resistance from their old mindsets that conflict with the new skill
9. They are held back by the embarrassment and fear of trying something new
10. They check the new skill off their list after succeeding at it once
11. They get distracted and derailed by emergencies and changing priorities
12. They use the new skill only in low-stake situations rather than where they matter the most
13. They mistake progress in one context for change of a long-term pattern