Project Management Survey: Show Us What You Know!

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Calling all Destination Imagination team members and Team Managers! Destination Imagination has received a grant from the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF) to learn about the skills you gained by being a Destination Imagination team member or Team Manager… and we know you have learned a lot! This survey will help further our efforts […]

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Team Tips: Pushing the Limits

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Across 11 years competing, my DI team had a few unwavering rules that season after season, no matter the challenge, we always upheld: If you don’t know how to do something, learn. The more excessively difficult something is, the more likely it’s worth doing. These rules led us down a highly creative road of tediously […]

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Team Tips: Pushing Past Your Limits

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Across 11 years competing, my DI team had a few unwavering rules that season after season, no matter the challenge, we always upheld: If you don’t know how to do something, learn. The more excessively difficult something is, the more likely it’s worth doing. These rules led us down a highly creative road of tediously […]

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Team Tips: Pushing Past Your Limits

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Across 11 years competing, my DI team had a few unwavering rules that season after season, no matter the challenge, we always upheld: If you don’t know how to do something, learn. The more excessively difficult something is, the more likely it’s worth doing. These rules led us down a highly creative road of tediously […]

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5 Ways DI Changed My Life

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I was the new kid in ninth grade – living in a new state and a bit overwhelmed, without a plan for making new friends. A girl from my drama class invited me to Destination Imagination (DI) tryouts a few weeks into the school year, and with nothing better to do, I went. (Spoiler alert: […]

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5 Ways DI Changed My Life

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I was the new kid in ninth grade – living in a new state and a bit overwhelmed, without a plan for making new friends. A girl from my drama class invited me to Destination Imagination (DI) tryouts a few weeks into the school year, and with nothing better to do, I went. (Spoiler alert: […]

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