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Check-In

Group activity

5 minutes or less

An icebreaker is a powerful tool to help us become present with one another and ourselves. Use this icebreaker to see how your Circle members currently feel. Go around your Circle and share an update on how you’re feeling using the traffic light colors:

  • Green (mostly good)
  • Yellow (mixed feelings, unsure, or just OK)
  • Red (mostly not doing great)

You can also briefly share why you’re feeling that way if you’d like.

Discussion Questions

Group activity

Approx. 35 minutes

These questions are designed to help you and your Circle members connect over common challenges, share your best strategies to overcome them, and workshop solutions together.

Pick one question to start with and move on to the other questions if you have time.

  • What are some of the biggest anxieties you have encountered with this new reality, both at home and at work?
  • How have you been coping with these new anxieties? What strategies have helped?

One Action

Group activity

Approx. 10 minutes

Come up with a One Action

Individual activity

Approx. 5 minutes

We recommend you close every meeting by committing to a “One Action”—one concrete thing you’re going to do before your next Circle meeting to step outside your comfort zone, practice a new skill, or try something new, based on what you’ve discussed today.

Next time you meet, update your Circle on your One Action (what you did and how it went).

Take a few minutes and ask everyone to write down their One Action.

Share your One Action with your Circle

Group activity

Approx. 5 minutes

One by one, go around your Circle and share your One Action. Move quickly from member to member, and consider cheering one another on as you go.

Wrap-Up

Group activity

Approx. 10 minutes

Finalize logistics of your next meeting

Group activity

Approx. 5 minutes

Before you break, make sure you have the basics covered for your next meeting, including day and time. Decide what you’re going to do, when you are going to meet next, and who is going to send out ideas. You may also want to talk through what worked—and what didn’t—in today’s meeting so you can brainstorm improvements going forward.

Close on an uplifting note

Group activity

Approx. 5 minutes

Think of one small moment of joy you can plan for this week. Go around your Circle one by one and share what you’ll do. Alternatively, take a few minutes to write down something you’re grateful for—and share it with the group, if you’d like to.