#14: Perspicacious Perspectives


Participants will have to move around in this exercise. They will select a pair of shoes, read a self-revealing statement by and about the shoes’ owner, and then view a problem from this person’s perspective.


To develop creative thinking by viewing a problem from an unusual perspective.


• 3″ × 5″ cards (one for each participant)

• Flipchart

• Aerosol can of room deodorizer (optional)


About 15 minutes


None required.


This exercise works with any size group. In terms of sequence, it makes an idea-energizer or session stimulator. It is not recommended as a session starter, however, for it may cause some participants to erroneously ...

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