“I should be practical, reasonable, and rational”
“Want to play?” This is an everyday question between children, but a strange one between adults. Adults don’t play. Oh, they may think they do when they say they play tennis or golf or chess or cards, but they really don’t, at least not in the imagination-driven way children do. For the child, life is an adventure, where anything is possible, everything is conceivable. The adult, on the other hand, will usually refuse to waste time on anything that doesn’t give results toward a specific goal. Kids do something else that adults don’t; they practice their creativity all the time. It’s called play.
KeywordsBusiness Creativity Walk Away Creative People Hard Thing Tenacious Root
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