Each person at the table would have to come up with a unique superpower that doesn’t already exist in popular culture (e.g. no flying, super strength, invisibility) and share how they would use it. The possibilities are endless and it could be a fun way to spark creativity and imagination.

Have you ever wished you had a superpower that no one else had? Have you ever wanted to be creative and imagine something completely unique? If so, then you would love this brainstorming activity where you come up with your very own superpower!

The rules are simple: gather around a table with your friends, family or colleagues and each person has to come up with a creative superpower that doesn’t already exist in popular culture. This means no flying, no super strength, no invisibility and certainly no cliches. This may seem like a daunting task, but once you start thinking outside the box, the possibilities are endless.

For instance, one person may suggest the superpower of “hypothesis” where the person has the power to accurately predict any event or outcome. This idea could be beneficial to professions such as detectives, strategists, and CEOs, who rely on making predictions to prevent or solve crimes, define business strategies or make successful investments, respectively.

Another person may come up with the superpower of “bio-mimicry” which allows the person to mimic any plant or animal form. This could be useful for individuals who need to adapt to different environments or situations, such as special forces soldiers, survivalists, or even environmentalists.

A third person may suggest the superpower of “time traveling thoughts” where they can go back in time in their mind and relive memories as if they were happening in the present moment. This superpower could help individuals who need to recall specific information such as lawyers, judges or even therapists.

The possibilities are endless! The goal is to share your superpower and explain how you would use it to make the world a better place. By the end of the activity, everyone will have a different and unique superpower that they can be proud of. And who knows, maybe one day someone will turn one of these unique ideas into a new superhero movie.

In conclusion, the “unique superpower” brainstorming activity is a fun and engaging way to express your creativity and imagination. It’s great for gatherings with friends, family or even work colleagues, and it can spark fun conversations and debates that could go on for hours. So gather around a table, put on your thinking caps, and create your very own superpower!