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Sep 12 13 3:30 AM

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This is a barebones forum, a place to post and answer questions about how leaders can lead their courses.

It has volunteer admins, and I won't be monitoring it closely. My hope is that as a team, you are far smarter than I am anyway, and hope you'll use this place to coordinate efforts, find each other and generally make a positive ruckus.

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Sep 12 13 8:05 PM

A positive ruckus

I'm all for a positive ruckus or 3.  Hugely interested in how this makes a difference to people's learning.  If it's true that people don't buy knowledge, they buy results, and that the most important thing for us all are our experiences, then how do these influences impact on the Krypton factor?  What size of group works best, what geographical areas will this type of learning environment really take off?  What are the topics of interest that get people together?  What is the most successful format in which to provide the learning material?  How do we translate conceptual learning into experiential learning?  Does one group regularly meet to continue learning different topics? 

Genuinely fascinated to see how it all pans out.  Let's get ruckusing!

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Sep 15 13 4:14 AM

I like this idea of propagating knowledge to millions of people residing in all corners of the world.
I am confident of its success. I am from India, where, special emphasis is on education.

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Sep 15 13 4:32 AM

Course Language!

I am form Morocco, i may have some difficulties to find people who are really interested, but the real difficulty here is language!! I will translate the course to French, if there is no problem with it!!

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Sep 15 13 7:05 AM

Bonjour de Montréal

Je pourrais éventuellement vous aider avec la traduction en français.  
Could eventually help you with the french translation.
 

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Sep 15 13 7:41 PM

Adam, I was thinking the same, Im from Colombia, and the firs guests I will invite all speak English, but I think that the fact that the material is in english may be a barrier and an excuse for people not going through with it, so I will translate it to spanish also

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Sep 16 13 1:47 AM

open format for translations

Dear Seth,
First thank you very much for the Krypton college idea and your course it's a dream come true!
A lot of people will be translating the student's PDF to other languages, i was wandering is it possible to post an open format document for translations?

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Sep 16 13 7:43 AM

That would be very useful. Pour les francophone (@Marie et @Adam), je suis aussi situé à Montréal. N'hésitez pas si vous avez besoin d'un coup de main ! alexthouin @ gmail

Last Edited By: alex Sep 16 13 7:54 AM. Edited 1 time.

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Sep 16 13 11:47 AM

Just organized our first meeting... we're going to have six participants the first 4 weeks, possibly eight for the next one. I'm curious how this is going to work as far as distributing the materials, etc. I'm considering setting up a shared Evernote notebook for our group participants to keep materials organized.

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Sep 17 13 12:10 AM

Our group consists of a Non-Profit tribe called "The Mentor Machine"   http://MentorMachine.org builds Family Sustainability in Williamson County just South of Nashville, TN.

Krypton is allowing me as our Co-Founder, to deepen the purpose of each of our members.

I'm grateful that krypton is designed as a Learning-To-Action process.  As our Members are learning, false evidence appearing real and other forms of adversity are overcome by Daily Action Steps.

Last Edited By: LucBoivin Sep 17 13 12:16 AM. Edited 2 times.

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Sep 17 13 5:54 PM

Hi All, I am so excited to have stumbled upon KryptonCC just in time for the first class. I have a group of 2 for now...hahaha. But I know that it will grow by Oct 1 here in the Orlando, FL area. I have been a huge advocate of Seth's book The Dip for years now but just recently began reading Tribes. That's truly what we have here. A tribe of individuals all interested in pushing the status quo and our own boundaries farther than ever before. I am excited to hear more about how everyone else's groups are coming along. Red Rover, Red Rover, send that Ruckus on over! 

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Sep 18 13 1:23 AM

Krypton Bahamas

Hi, my name is Autira. I am excited and new to this idea of educational communities. I believe that is timely and so generous of you. I am unsure of the way forward from here, as I seem to have inadvertently set up a community with signing in to KryptonCC on lefora. Is that correct? I just do not wish to be in any violation or the appearance thereof.

Thanks, looking forward to a great time!

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Sep 18 13 2:23 AM

building a group in Spain

Hello! english could be a difficulty here as well. If this difficulty is real, we already have learned something. 
I will try with my friends and collegues and with their friends and collegues as well and see how it works.
 
besides, I think that the translation of the material should be supervised by the authors

good luck!

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Sep 18 13 2:42 AM

This whole idea is absolutely genius, and I don't believe it could have come at a better time for me. I'm a little anxious, but very excited to lead a tribe that I hope will grow from 8 people or so for the first couple of sessions, to 16, then to 30, and so on. With 30 people, you'd essentially have four 'pods' within the tribe with four leaders, and in every new course, you'd have a unique blend of members in the smaller grip, all from of the same tribe.

The idea that this whole thing would grow based on the fact that everybody joining had the same good intentions creates a very unique and strong network. There's ver much a 'Tyler Durden' quality to this that l like very much. There's a big difference, however, between 'ruckus' and 'mayhem'.

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Sep 19 13 4:35 PM

Ruckus vs Mayhem

Jbajorek wrote:
This whole idea is absolutely genius, and I don't believe it could have come at a better time for me. I'm a little anxious, but very excited to lead a tribe that I hope will grow from 8 people or so for the first couple of sessions, to 16, then to 30, and so on. With 30 people, you'd essentially have four 'pods' within the tribe with four leaders, and in every new course, you'd have a unique blend of members in the smaller grip, all from of the same tribe.

The idea that this whole thing would grow based on the fact that everybody joining had the same good intentions creates a very unique and strong network. There's ver much a 'Tyler Durden' quality to this that l like very much. There's a big difference, however, between 'ruckus' and 'mayhem'.

First rule of Krypton....go talk about Krypton...LOL
Hopefully none of us end up with bloody noses! :)

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