Positive affirmations are positive statements describing what you want in life as far as situations and goals. One strives to make a positive statement come true using repetition, which forces the subconscious mind to work to attain what is desired. Using positive affirmations can bring success and improve your life.
Category Archives: Team Building
Everyone should learn problem solving, as it is important in both our personal and professional lives. Problems occur all around us and many people react with spontaneous emotion. Instead, effective use of problem solving skills can lead to rational thinking, a component of any successful endeavor.
Team-building exercises work well for every age group and in multiple environments. Known for establishing trust, building feelings of camaraderie, improving communication, and developing collective strategies, the successful completion of most team-building tasks requires sharing ideas, listening to others, the willingness to try new approaches, and cooperation. Participants in team building exercises discover ways to apply similar skills and techniques at work or play, in school and youth camp, and in everyday situations.
Spending family time together creates important bonds and memories, which is why experts recommend scheduling family time at least once per week. When children are young, family time can create feelings of love and security. Our list of family game night ideas will provide everything you need to have fun, whatever the age composition of your children. Mix fun and creativity into your family time with the following ideas.
Team building games are both fun and challenging. They can be used in many different situations and for varied purposes. Use team-building games with any age group – kids, teens, or adults.
Whenever you have a group of people who need to work together effectively, a team-building icebreaker provides the perfect tool for dividing your group into teams and getting everyone ready to go. Our collection of team building icebreakers work well in classroom, employee meetings and workshop, and gatherings designed just for fun. We have divided our collection of team building icebreakers into those that are quick and easy, those that help a group relax, and those that are a bit more challenging. Continue reading
The purpose of these Youth Ministry Games is to give teens and pre-teens a chance to belong to a group that wants to have fun, and is also interested in building faith, and a relationship with Jesus Christ.
These games for youth ministry are set up for both small as well as large groups. Some adapting will always take place by the group leaders to fit your space, to best fit your youth ages, and to match your desired outcome and your purpose for playing these games.
One of the greatest things we can teach children, teens, and adults, of all ages, is the ability to work with others as a team to get the job done with positive results! These Team Bonding and Team Building activities and games are designed with the main focus being, “As we work together as a team, we all succeed!”
One of the challenges of working with large groups of individuals is the need to get people who may not know each other – or at least do not know each other well – to work together successfully. Large group icebreaker games can build teams, introduce group members, and provide a fun way to get everyone up, active, and ready for what comes next.
Whether the group knows each other or it is simply a day when no one wants to be in the scheduled staff meeting, using an icebreaker game is a great way to get everyone relaxed and ready to go. Our list of meeting icebreaker games includes those for staff and team meetings, and for groups that know each other and have never met before. We have introductory icebreakers, icebreaker questions, spontaneous icebreakers, and those that take some advance preparation. Our list is complete enough it is sure to provide you with the perfect icebreaker to use in your meeting.