The Science & Impact of PLAY

And we think we have it bad in America?…

Steve Keil’s recent TED talk is music to my ears. Not since reading Stephen Nachmanovich’s book Free Play, have I been so excited to keep inspiring the flow of creative genius through embracing individual authenticity.

If you are not enjoying your work…and think it is impossible to do so…you are choosing fear over fun. Only YOU can shift your perspective.

“Innocence is essential to our psychological health throughout the life span. From infancy onward, innocence provides the foundation for our natural (instinctive) openness to the world, to other beings, to cooperative relationships, to new life experiences, to deep learning and creativity.” – Bill Plotkin, Nature and the Human Soul (2008)