30 creative icebreaker questions

How to kick start your meeting, presentation, training or dinner party

Let’s say you’re invited to attend a brainstorming meeting, a training or even ‘just’ a dinner party. Let’s say you don’t know many or any of the people attending. People tend to close up, are shy and not much fun is being had at the beginning

Wouldn’t you be happy if someone tried to loosen up the situation, break the ice a little bit?

Now YOU can be that person. The attached free download provides you with enough questions to allow you to attend many parties and meetings where you can creatively break the ice!

Download you FREE copy here.

How to stop complaining

The destructive power of COMPLAINING:

  • It puts your attention on the problem (and what you focus on grows, right?).
  • It’s a socially accepted way of staying where you are.
  • It’s a distraction (from the real problem).
  • It’s a time waster.
  • It eats up your energy.
  • You can not focus on happiness if you complain.
  • It tells the world that you’re a victim (i.e. not in control of your life).
  • It builds your ego (which really is the scared part of you) because it makes something else worse.

The attached worksheet and poster are here to help you create awareness on your complaining habit and start eliminating it to create more energy.

Download the worksheet and the poster.

DAILY GRATITUDE RITUAL

Research shows that when we count three blessings a day, we get a measurable boost in happiness that uplifts and energizes us. It’s also physiologically impossible to be stressed and thankful at the same time. If you are focusing on being thankful, you can’t be negative.

So every evening, create a ritual.

  • Note down the 5 things you are grateful for, the things you have received and the things you have learned.
  • They can be small or big. It doesn’t matter. They need to be important to YOU.

Doing this daily creates a habit of focusing on the GOOD.

And after a while you will start noticing things you did not see before.

Download the worksheet to help you with that.