A Literal Book Launch

literal book launch

As you may know, my book, The United States of Laughter, is now available in Print, Kindle, and Audiobook. To celebrate its release, I decided to launch the book out of a catapult. Why? Because why not?  Choosing to Have Fun The process of launching a book is stressful: there are lots of logistics to… Continue Reading >

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Zombie Tag – A Team-Building Game

Many team-building activities are boring and unoriginal. Not the case with one of my favorites: Zombie Tag. You can get the instructions in this video (and see it in action), or read the instructions below. Zombie Tag Instructions Have everyone walk around the space. At any point, you can call out someone’s name. If you… Continue Reading >

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Walk / Stop – An Energizer Activity

A good energizer is easy-to-explain, gets people moving, and hopefully induces some laughter. Walk / Stop fits all of those criteria and serves as a great way to warm-up a crowd. You can get an idea of the instructions from this video (and see it in action), or check the instructions below. Walk / Stop… Continue Reading >

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Team-Building Activity – Telephone Pictionary

telephone pictionary game

What’s better than Pictionary? Telephone Pictionary that helps you get to know your team a little better. Telephone Pictionary, a game that combines elements of the classic verbal exercise of Telephone with the fun drawing of the game Pictionary, is great for any size group, so long as they can be broken into smaller groups… Continue Reading >

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Team-Building Activity – Line Up

team building line up

One of my favorite team-building activities of late has been the “Line Up.” It’s an exercise that involves all of the participants lining up single-file according to a specified criteria. As an example, you might have everyone line-up alphabetically by first name.  As you specify different criteria, you can add conditions like not being able… Continue Reading >

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