Kerry Heaps is an author, speaker coach and publishes a magazine for young people wanting to get into modelling and beauty pagents.
What are the FUNKQUEST rules?
Funkquest is a fun interactive online game that features five rounds. Each round consists of ONE FUNKY question.The player selects the icon which most tweaks their interest. Each Funky visual has a Funky question.
The Funky insight is that the question may or may not be related to the icon.
SO potential Funksters have to think on their feet to score points. Points are awarded by me for FUNKY answers...
What's so good about FUNKQUEST ?
Funky Thinkers know that IDEAS only come from free-flowing CONVERSATION.
Listening (without prejudice) to new ideas and speakers from outside your usual network truly qualifies as FUNKY.
Each question has a strict time limit. So no multi-headed long and complicated self indulgent stories to endure. Just short punchy bite-sized truly Funky ideas, as we GET THE FUNK OUT!
Q1. Kerry chose the cassette tape and the question is "Tell us about your record and tape collection when you were younger"
Michael Jackson, Madonna, recording from the radio. blah de blah. We need to change this question. You have got this off to a T.
I asked Kerry what year Michael Jackson's off the wall album came out. We thought 1980. (The answer is 1979). 80 points scored.
1/2 point for the Soviet Union soccer shirt.
Total 80 1/2
Q2. Kerry chose the record player and the question is "How many birthday cards did you receive last birthday?"
Kerry's answer was 10. 10 points scored.
Kerry is FUNKY though, because she buys birthday cards, thank you cards, sorry you are leaving cards in bulk.
Read for when she needs them.
Q3. Kerry chose the shoe and the question is "What are you currently worried about?"
Answer; year end and goal setting vs goal achieving.
15 points scored. Total 105
Q4. Kerry chose the laundrette and the question is "How do you judge people?"
Kerry's answer was to get to know them.
10 points scored.
Q5. Kerry chose the roller skates and the question is "what got ruined because it became popular?"
First time, I think, the rubics cube has cropped up.
How DID people learn to solve it before the internet.
140 1/2 points scored. (Mainly because it would be bad form to invite someone on and they not make the leaderboard..)
Total 266 1/2
Just scraping onto the leaderboard. Kerry just shows how high the standard is getting on Funkquest.