I also discovered that the wearing masks created a barrier. Usually in these situations, everyone found their tribe, or person to chat to, by the end of first day. Instead, whilst we were pleasant to each other, communication and sharing wasn't coming naturally. Removal of the mouth seemed to remove connection. It wasn't until the third day, when we removed our masks to present to the group, that there was an engagement. The group relaxed into each other with a sense of trust and shared inspiration of ideas and concepts. With masks back on, we used eye-contact in our sharing of ideas - no longer strangers behind the barrier.
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