Looking for ways to ramp up audience engagement
during your workshops, talks, and retreat sessions?
Looking to create raving fans who love your sessions,
come back for more of your products and
services, and refer you to others?
Then The Activities Collection is right for you.
This collection contains 8 of the best – and easiest – activities that I've used many
times and taught to hundreds of presenters...activities that you can use to engage and
energize your audience while they’re learning your content.
What These Activities Will Do For You...
✓ Reduce Your Stage Fright
Public speaking can be a nerve-racking experience, but using activities takes
some of the pressure off, giving you a chance to take a breath, calm the
butterflies in your stomach, and prepare yourself for what’s coming next.
✓ Reinforce Your Content & Your Brand
Do you have key words, tag lines, and a process you want to be known for?
If you want to make a positive long-term impact on your audience, you need
to incorporate activities that will help your audience remember and use your stuff.
✓ Address the Diverse Ways That People Learn
Add energy and variety to your session. Not everyone enjoys nor
learns best from lecture-style talks.
✓ Help You Find Out What Your Attendees Already Know
Take away the guesswork. Use activities to help you assess your participants’
current knowledge and experience level with your topic – and then tailor
your session to meet their needs and give better value.
✓ Be Different
Create raving fans! Dare to stand out from the crowd of speakers and
seminar leaders who just dump a load of information on
their audiences and assume they’re giving tons of value.
Use These Activities As…
Information processing exercises
They're Easily Customizable
All the Activities in this collection can easily be customized
to your topic. In some cases, you can use the activity as is – no editing
required. For other activities, all you have to do is replace the examples
with your own content. It’s that easy!
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Activity: Human Bingo
Activity: The Traveling Bazaar
Activity: Sorting and Categorizing
Activity: Extracting Existing Knowledge (aka "Group Grope")
Activity: Using a Puzzle to Start a Conversation
Activity: Two Truths and A Lie