A JukeBox Journey is a creative concept connecting classic rock ‘n’ roll music to lessons as memory anchors. It is a way to help people remember lessons, which can be attached to a song based on its lyrics, title, or concept.
Examples from the book:
Song: Up On The Roof, The Drifters
Lesson: Taking an escape break at least once a day allows us to clear the traffic jam from our heads and be more content and peaceful, especially during our interactions with others.
Song: Good Vibrations, The Beach Boys
Lesson: When we send out good vibrations to others, especially customers and fellow workers, we are investing in our happiness, as well as in the happiness of those around us.
Following are a few examples of how JukeBox Learning has used timeless rock 'n' roll songs as a memory anchor for teaching concepts. (NOTE: We use the original music - not remakes - AND we obtain the proper licensing to do so.)
The specific content attached to each song is customized to the needs of the organization to which we are presenting.
As an added bonus, all the songs listed above, plus 15 other rock 'n' roll classics have been produced on a 21-song CD specifically for JukeBox Learning. The CDs are typically used as handouts so participants can play these songs – especially to and from work – as a gentle reminder of the anchors and learning concepts for each session.
Your presentation made our HR conference the best ever! After more than a year, we are still using music to create memory anchors.