Fun Team Building Blog

blog, team great again, Fun Team Building with Larry Lipman, Atlanta team building I blog twice a month with fun team building ideas and lots of discussion on games, exercises and activities, plus great advice and tips on staying positive and building communication and teamwork. You won’t want to miss a single post! Whether you’re part of a small or large group, our unique approach can really make a difference in your team’s outlook! If you have a blog topic you would like me to write about and explore, please contact me to add it to the list!

The Power of Saying No

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Are you overloaded, overstressed, and overwhelmed? If the answer is yes, chances are you have an overflowing calendar with all kinds of professional and personal commitments on it. You are living on caffeine and unable to enjoy the present moment… Read more »

6 Steps To Launch Yourself!

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Before Team Building, there is YOU. Be selfish: “In order to be selfless, you first need to be selfish.” And even though this may seem counter intuitive to what you probably have been taught — it is true. You need… Read more »

Patience, Wisdom, AND Team Building

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The terms “patience” and “wisdom” are often batted about like ping-pong balls. But have you ever thought about what it takes to exhibit BOTH qualities and why they are important? The truth of the matter is, without either of these… Read more »

The Rainbow Story

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The colors of the Rainbow began to argue about which was the best and most important color for the world. “Obviously, it’s me,” said Red.  “I am the color of blood, which is the very essence of life.  I symbolize… Read more »

Teamwork Means Together!

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What do ants and Navy Seals have in common? They work toward a common goal with everyone playing their individual part! Think about that for a moment. Could one or two ants move a bread crumb? No — but when… Read more »

Are You Walking Your Talk?

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Quick, what do you think when I say the words: USED CAR SALESMAN….slimy, sleezy, will tell me anything to close the deal. What are your words? Whatever they are, I am sure they do not have a positive connotation to… Read more »

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