What's Your Intention?
sr4 exists because there are people out there who are moving forward with an idea, a concept, a strategy, a plan, an implementation, a task, a job, a message - or a dream. We are working for all those intenders who want to see their intentions fulfilled at the upper end of what's possible.View the list of current intention projects
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The sr4 Playbook
On The Path to Sustainable Change, there are always The Few who know - and The Many who are thinking of other things. The Few who decide what to do – and The Many who determine how much gets done; The Few who see something new and different – and The Many who have heard it all before.
A year of focus on helping companies enhance the personal well-being of their employees has led to our introduction of WELLTH – a series of grassroots approaches and practices that can contribute to a healthier and more active workforce. Designed from our foundational Path to Sustainable Change, our consultation in this area has been informed by extensive research done by sr4 in 2012 to apply and test personal and group engagement strategies within a major U.S. corporation.
We are thrilled with the launch of Capacitype that features a suite of web-enabled tools designed to make visible community-based assets that are the basic building blocks of every kind of capacity. These tools directly support sr4 research activities being applied for fulfillment of important social change intentions. Initial development correlates to 6-month study undertaken for The Stacie Mathewson Foundation which is looking to build capacity for collegiate communities to help students in recovery to thrive. The mapping tool is intended to show the types of capacity that are building to help people live their best life, and can be copied and emulated by others.