It is great to have a bucket list but you often need a buddy to actually do it.
Who is your idea designed for and how does it reimagine the end-of-life experience?
For all those who have a bucket list (and who doesn't?) but actually getting the nuts and bolts worked out will often make it impossible to achieve if you have to do it alone.
What early, lightweight experiment might you try out in your own community to find out if the idea will meet your expectations?
I would be willing to join a group who are dedicated to this idea... since many of the things on my own personal bucket list are non-regional I would not restrict this to a regional community. Perhaps the bucketlist groups could self organize into specific places or activities and go on from there?
What skills, input or guidance from the OpenIDEO community would be most helpful in building out or refining your idea?
I envision an online community , yet one where safety would be at the top. Maybe get FB to give us a place (in combination with those fB pages of those that have passed on?) One could appoint a trusted family member or friend as " mentor" to vet and advise on any buddies who are outside the family?
Tell us about your work experience:
Management, Artist, Conservator. I volunteer in art therapy for handicapped (brain trauma). I have a bucketlist but my greatest stumbling block to achieving anything on it (outside of financial) is that I would not be willing to do 2/3 of the things on my list alone.