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Come Out and Play

Published on 10/23/2017
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Come Out and Play

 

    Maybe it is time to come out and play? This week I am inviting you to play like a child, to help you invent the life you want. It may sound strange or silly to you, but there is actually a lot to this. Right now, with all the tension and the horrific news that is going around the world, I feel that we could all use some light fun time and even some distraction.

    I was recently reading an article about famous inventors who were asked what inspired them. And most of them told stories of playing as children – tinkering with tools or construction toys, thinking about nature and how it worked, make believe games with others, or drawing real or imagined objects and scenes.

    And these are the areas that child-development experts identify as universal kinds of play, example, exploration/tinkering, make believe/visual thinking, social play/collaboration, and puzzle play/problem solving. But most of all, when you play, nothing is impossible.

That's because with the power of your imagination, the sky is the limit!

You're open to new ideas and ways of looking at things. The great inventor Alexander Graham Bell has said "We are all too much inclined to walk through life with our eyes shut. There are things all around us, and right at our very feet, that we have never seen, because we have never really looked."

    Believe it or not, businesses are now looking into injecting more "play" into the workplace to encourage creativity and new ideas. So, whenever you are stuck on a problem or need some inspiration or help, take time out to "play." Put the powers of make-believe, tinkering or puzzles to good use. Because when you play, you expand your mind -- and your world.

 

 Good Advice That Can Be Applied to All Creative Endeavours

 

 

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