One thing I have never done

by Dapindra
(India - Delhi)

Distribute coins to each member in the team.

Every member in the group is asked to tell the rest of the group one thing they have never done.
e.g. "I have never smoked ... "

All others in the class who have smoked give their coins to this person.

The message goes round the class and coins keep moving around the room as per the above rule.

The winner is the one with the maximum coins.

It is very interesting and winners are often answers like:
I have never colored my hair
I have never swam
I have never said " I love you "
I have never worn colored underwear

It breaks the ice, and disrupts status levels if the group is of different levels and have natural barriers.

This has always worked for me upto a group of 25.

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Mar 26, 2008
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Oct 31, 2007
Show me the money
by: Lyndsay, author of

Do you get to keep the money?

There are many variations of icebreakers which are about getting people to open up and share trivia about themselves. This is not something we do every day, (unless you are the worst type of pub bore), so it's a fun way to get to know more about each other, and to open up about yourself.

Which reminds me of an old manager of mine who told his story of having been stranded in his wetsuit, many miles from home. As the tale unfolded, my preconceptions of his stuffiness melted away, and I could no longer put him in the "boring" box.

Sep 27, 2007
A fun-sounding icebreaker
by: Anonymous

This sounds like great fun Dapindra - and it's nice that people who will own up to not having done things that most people have done, end up winning! Let me know your email address and I'll send over your prize icebreaker ebook!

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