It's a simple group exercise. Each person has five minutes to make note of as many of their interests and/or abilities as they can. Then share it with the team. The lists usually begin with work items but eventually get to personal interests and passions.
The purpose of this five minute exercise is to hit re-set and help everyone remember that outside world they've been told to leave at the door.
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