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Pipeline – A Classic Team Building Activity

January 16th, 2013

Pipeline Project Adventure’s Pipeline is a classic activity that will encourage your group to work together to achieve a common goal. Pipeline teaches your group that each participant has a part to play and is important to the overall success of the team. Number of Participants: 5-25 with the traditional Pipeline set. Time:  20-25 minutes…

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The Hundreth Monkey and Traffic Signs

December 13th, 2012

This week’s activity comes from the recently published Project Adventure book, one of the best activity books I have ever read: The Hundredth Monkey: Activities That Inspire Playful Learning. In my opinion it should be sitting by the desk, bag, or shelf of every facilitator for both quick reference and to develop sound foundational theory…

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Living My Dreams

April 20th, 2012

Hey folks…it has been awhile. I’ve missed ya. Sorry for the lack of blog posts (I know all the 10s of you have been missing me!). My lapse of blogs is due to several reasons, some good, some bad. Reason #1: I love this little girl. I love spending time with this little girl. She…

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Don't Break the Ice – Team Building Activity

January 12th, 2012

Ever been influenced? Someone ever pushed you to doing something you didn’t want to do? What about something you did want to do? I don’t know who influenced this awesomeness, but thank you.  Influences, you got to love them. Sometimes influences are positive, they can push you to achieve new heights and I am glad…

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I'm going to Cuba!

July 3rd, 2011

I am headed to Cuba on Tuesday, and I hope to be able to blog about all the experiences when I get back! The team will be traveling early Tuesday morning to Miami, where we will be able to experience the Miami lifestyle for about 3 hours before we hit the hotel early for our…

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Ozarka College Leadership Conference

June 23rd, 2011

Recently I was able to go to beautiful Mountain View, AR with Jerrod Murr and then narrow the dream in focus. We also led them through an activity called Rank a Quote, where the participants were shown a quote about leadership, and “debate” between the participants. We focused primarily on a change of culture within the…

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The Power of Conformity

June 2nd, 2011

Why do people conform? Why do we do the status quo? What is wrong with changing things up a little bit and towards the front of the elevator? This Cand reminiscing. [youtube]   My freshmen year in college my geography professor, Dr. Chuck Ziehr, covered the topic of conformity in elevators and maybe even…

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Educational Talent Search Seniors on the Ropes Course

April 19th, 2011

This week we took out ETS Seniors to the ropes course at Rogers State University and fun as their time on the course!  We started off facilitating stretches, warm ups, icebreakers, tag games, energizers, and name games!  The students then broke into two groups and determination while completing Rescue Ralph.  Once the group had “graduated”…

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Morris First Assembly of God

April 12th, 2011

This Saturday I traveled to the “Little Town with a Big Welcome”…Morris, OK to Morris First Assembly of God to do a leadership training and as a church. The sequencing for the group was as follows: One Minute Frenzy Hey You Gotcha Fast Fingers Bumpity, Bump, Bump, Bump Human Geography Number Line Up Watch a…

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