Gives everyone a fair chance to speak

The talking stick is an instrument of aboriginal democracy used by many native tribes. It may be passed around a group or used only by leaders as a symbol of their authority and right to speak in public.[2]


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TalkingStick takes the ingenious idea of the aboriginal tribes to the next level.

- it's the first ever conversation timer for the iPhone.

- the first ever virtual meeting moderator.

- the only app that keeps an argument civilized. 

  No more broken porcelain!

TalkingStick has three modes:

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Each speaker gets a set time. When time is up, TalkingStick will buzz to let you know it’s someone else’s turn. Pass on the stick!

Participants decide at the beginning of the meeting how much total time everyone gets. Up to you how you use it.  A minute here and there or all in one go. TalkingStick lets you know when your speaking credit is up.

No pre agreed limits, TalkingStick just adds up the time spoken by each speaker.

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The conversation is recorded and can be played back at any time. 

The history shows who said what and when.

Conversations may be archived or deleted

Up to 6 speakers 

Use TalkingStick

- in meetings (will help you write the minutes)

- in school (limit or encourage speaking up in class)

- in arguments with your significant other

Happy talking!

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