Every meeting should have an “Energizer”


This is from our most recent training for franchisees. Made me think of you, John Tucker!


3 Responses to “Every meeting should have an “Energizer””

  1. John Tucker Says:

    Note to self: Don’t schedule brainstorms directly after lunchtime.

  2. helen Says:

    I work for an NGO in Manila and we also have lots of prayers and energizers- definitely my favorite part of workshops and meetings. A room full of adults doing the Hokey Pokey? Fantastic : )

  3. John Tucker Says:

    What if the Hokey Pokey really IS what it’s all about?

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