How to Write a Good Experience
A Tickle experience is both fun and meaningful.
Finding it hard to write about your experience? Follow these steps and you’ll be ready in no time.
Tell us what it's about
Introduce your experience.
What will guests be doing? Will you start off with a demonstration or share some background on the subject?
Take us through the process, step by step.
Describe the process
Write down the process in point form.
Here’s an example:
- I’ll do a demonstration
- I’ll explain how the tradition began
- Next, we’ll start creating your pieces
- Finally, we’ll have lunch while waiting for your pieces to try
What are some takeaways for guests?
Will guests get to bring home their artwork in a folder, or leave with the confidence to defend themselves?
Whether it’s a physical piece or a new perspective, be sure to include it in your writeup.
How will you end your experience? Will everyone have a casual lunch together, or a simple review session? Tell us how the experience will come to an end. You can include anything you’d like guests to leave with, perhaps a sense of peace or a different view of gender.
Ready to share your experience with guests? We know your guests are going to have an amazing time.
Think your experience needs a little more something? Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.