Dummonger wrote:2. Russ Armstrong's "Town Hall Problems" exercise which goes like this:
1. Everyone gets in a circle, pretends to be townsmembers at a town hall conference.
2. One person gets in the middle and says "I'm tired of all these.." and someone from the circle tells a specific ("hornets", "Bob Dylans", "Green Suits").
3. The person in the middle completes the sentence with the specific and gives three reasons why they don't like that specific.
4. After each one, everyone on the outside says "Yeah!"
5. New person in, repeat.
This exercise builds group agreement on a thing to make important, plays with point of view and group acceptance of a game. Fun.
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