Uniqueness in Communication

One of the exercises I do in seminars is creating the perception of uniqueness. I have every participant get up and “INTRODUCE” themselves to the others. However, they may only say their name, where they are from and “one short single statement” that will cause the other people in the room to remember them. The audience then votes, YES or NO. They keep going until everyone gets a majority YES.

Hi I’m James from Canterbury and I’m and accountant is a NO.

Hi – My name is John and I sell Mary Kay and I’m not wearing any underwear is a YES.

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