How Do You See The World? 500-Question Card Game for Adults, Teens, and Families - Game Night Conversation Starters and Ice Breakers - Includes Dice and 100 Cards with 500 Questions
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- LET'S TAKE THIS TIME ALONE TOGETHER AS AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ONE ANOTHER.
- A GAME TO BREAK THE ICE, START CONVERSATIONS AND CREATE CONNECTIONS: Look no further for a unique game that will surprise you each time you play. Challenge your perspective, experience authentic interactions, and have fun with countless connections and endless conversations.
- 500 QUESTIONS, UNLIMITED PLAYERS: This easy-to-play game includes a keepsake box, 1 Dice, 5 Warm-up Cards, 100 Question Cards exploring 5 categories each: Reflections, Relationships, Aspirations, Life’s Purpose, and Beliefs. Play by yourself or in a group of any size, for any occasion.
- UNIQUE GIFT IDEA: How Do You See The World? is perfect for anyone from acquaintances to loved ones. Share it with your neighbors, friends, students, teachers, caregivers, parents, kids - even your spouse! It’s a fun way to create connection and conversation through reflection, listening and sharing. Perfect for the ones who have everything!
- CHANGE THE WORLD TOGETHER: Authentic Agility Games donates a portion of proceeds from your purchase to organizations advancing education and entrepreneurship.
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Connect with others. Challenge your perspective. Experience authentic interaction.
A one of a kind card game experience designed to be played with those you know, or wish to know better.
Great as an ice breaker or a gift for students, friends, family or colleagues.
Easy to play, and evokes fun and surprising answers! A great ' Get to Know You ' Game for home, parties, office meetings and more!
Contains over 500 questions printed on premium playing cards (thick with gloss finish); includes foam dice, instructions and keepsake box.
IN THE BOX:
- 1 Dice
- 5 Warm-up Cards
- 100 Question Cards
- 500 Questions
CONNECT. CHALLENGE. EXPERIENCE
How Do You See The World? Ice Breaker Card Game to Encourage Open Discussion and Challenge Your Perspective. The 5 topics you'll explore are Reflections, Relationships, Life's Purpose, Aspirations and Beliefs. We hope our game will help facilitate important conversations in your schools, communities, and families. Join us as we listen to, celebrate, and respect our unique perspectives. How curious, authentic and agile are you?
- By yourself or with a group.
- Roll the dice.
- Draw a card.
- Match the symbol with a category.
- Each player takes a turn answering the card questions.
- Allow one minute for each person to think, reflect and answer.
- Additional ways to play on the web!
We believe that together we can change the world! A portion of proceeds from your purchase go to organizations advancing education and entrepreneurship.
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Alex Cranberg couldn’t get the conversation out of his mind, and several months later, he decided to track down the woman who had only introduced herself as Cathy. In their brief chat, Cathy told him that she was in Austin to attend a 40th birthday party. Cranberg played detective and located a description of the birthday party online. He reached out to mutual friends to determine Cathy’s last name, and a few months later, asked Cathy out on their first date. Cathy Neville and Alex Cranberg married in 2013.
In the intervening years, Neville, who has since changed her name to Cranberg, has developed an authenticity game to spur the deep conversations that she excels in. The game is not focused on sparking romantic relationships but is intended to encourage connections of all types in a divisive world.
How Do You See the World is a standout in the somewhat crowded field of card games with a focus on mindfulness, peace and authenticity. The game includes a single die that players roll to draw a question from one five categories: Reflections: What is Your Most Cherished Memory?; Relationships: Where Do You Come From?; Aspirations: Who Do You Want to Be?; Life's Purpose: How Do You Contribute?; and Beliefs: What Makes You Feel Powerful?
This reviewer tried out the game during a couples’ weekend in Mexico. At the outset of the trip, the four women traveling played the game without our husbands. Questions like “I would love to learn more about____ in the next year,” prompted two of the women who were retiring from careers to share their thoughts about their transition to a new way of life. “What do you love doing so much that you lose track of time?” elicited a revealing answer from a senior executive on the trip. She said, “Problem solving.” No wonder she has led multiple companies.
When the men became curious, we looped them in.
When one husband drew the question, “What opinion do you hold that others are likely to disagree with,” he dropped the bomb shell of the weekend. He dared to reveal to a room full of strong women that he thought that the man should be the ultimate decision-maker in marriage.
Needless to say, the cards were forgotten as the table conversation erupted in banter.
Cranberg told us that she created this game because she wanted to provoke thoughtful discussions and to encourage people to listen and to get to know each other. She plays the game with her husband and kids at dinner, in the car and over breakfast and uses the questions to stimulate thinking and get her children off technology. “This game has created the space and time for some of our most important conversations together,” Cranberg said.
As the reviewer’s weekend get-away wound down, all of the travelers felt that the cards had guided us to more difficult and thoughtful discussions than were typical and that we had gotten to know each other much better in a shorter period of time than we would have without the cards.
“How Do You See the World?” is the first title in the series from all Authentic Agility Games set to launch this fall, and Cranberg has chosen to donate a portion of the proceeds to educational organizations such as ACE which was founded by Alex Cranberg in 2000. ACE has awarded over 23,000 scholarships with a cumulative worth of more than $52 million helping to send low-income children to schools of their choice.
So what is Cranberg’s dream for the game?
“Global distribution across multiples sales channels, every family, every country, universities , travel companies, hotels , Restaurants , long term care communities, corporations,” she told us.
People who tire of watching football games, should try out “How Do You See the World?” to spur interesting conversations over the holidays.