There's an interview team and an interview subject. One team member leads the interview, asking questions to the subject. Everyone on the interview team has their own worksheet, and listens to the subject's answers, taking notes on their worksheet. The teammate running the interview can shift according to a timer, every five minutes or so.
Each player is collecting the subject's words and phrases into three columns:
- about the context of the person's value
- about what they pay attention to in that context, that feels valuable to attend to
- about what feels meaningful to them about paying attention to that, then
Trying to build a sentence like this:
No matter who's asking the questions, everyone should listen to the interview and write words and phrases in the columns as they hear them, attempting to make such a sentence.
The game ends when one person thinks they can be words in their columns together to form a complete sentence as above. The first person who thinks they have such a complete value should raise their hand or otherwise interrupt, and then run a "value check" (see below) to confirm they've found a real value.
Before playing, look at the worksheet and make sure you understand it. Look at the different questions that we suggest you ask, to gather info for the different columns. Finally, make sure you understand the value check procedure.