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  • Why bodystorming will change your life forever, for free, right now.
    • Dennis Schleicher
    • www.tibetantailor.com
  • What is this bodystorming thing?
  • Lets Watch a Video
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  • 1 st rule of bodystorming: Don’t talk ideas.
  • Computeritis is a growing problem. Bodystorming is the answer.
  • The essence of bodystorming is group sketching/acting out ideas with our bodies & props.
  • Bodystorming is a quick way to generate & see & communicate ideas.
  • Bodystorming is people working together in tight generate, do, learn cycles.
  • Rules for Successful Bodystorming
    • Use your body to ACT OUT your ideas Don’t talk about your ideas, act them out
    • This is poetry slam meets hacking Participation
    • No “Trees”
    • STOP talking - act is out. Don’t explain your idea to me. act it out.
    • Not a prototype, but a sketch. So use call outs/labels/shortcuts
  • Some Suggestions
    • Use large cards that label who the different people are playing
    • Use thought-bubble cards to show what an actor is thinking versus what they are saying. “Good morning to you, How can I help you?” while someone holds a thought-bubble card above their head that shows they are really thinking “A–hole.”
    • The narrator can pretend it is like watching  TV and use a TV controller, to stop action, rewind, or fast forward.
    • Your props can have feelings, thoughts, and they can talk.
    • When your group is working through its presentation, try to approach it with the spirit of improv’s “Yes, and . . . ” rather than “No, but . . . “
  • Our Expectations
    • You will be tired, exhausted, excited, and happy.
    • You will have experienced a bodystorm and be able to talk about it
    • Some of you will want to try it again with variations
    • You will both be able to experience it as actors and audience
  • FAQs
    • Can 1 person play more than 1 role
    • What about idea generation
    • How to make it a better narrative (beginning, middle, end)
    • Yes, it is OK to continue to iterate in the presentation.
    • Do you have to choose ideas to push forward - the tiger and creativity
  • Thank You: Crystal Kubitsky, Peter Jones, Oksana Kachur, Byron Stewart, Miaoqi Zhu, Brynn Evans, Matthew Milan, Michael Dila, Andrea Resmini, Dave Gray
  • The Problem: Stand Up. Find a Partner. It is the year 2018 you are at a conference. 1 person is job seeker. Other person is hiring manager. Or storm on two people who are single (looking to hook up)