Work and Play

Great advice delivered in a creative way… Continue Reading >

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Play is More than Fun, Stuart Brown

Stuart Brown gives some interesting insights into the value of play. I think his last line (before the Q&A) is the most important: “I would encourage you all to engage not in the work-play differential—where you set aside time to play—but where your life becomes infused minute by minute, hour by hour, with body, object… Continue Reading >

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9 Kids Games Adapted to the Corporate World

As a kid we spent many-a-day playing games with our classmates and neighbors. Once you’ve entered the corporate world, that doesn’t change. Here are 9 kids games adapted to the Corporate World. Leap Frog. Spend years building your skills to get promoted to your dream position. Right when you think you’re going to get that… Continue Reading >

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John Cleese on Creativity

John Cleese gives a great talk on creativity, mentioning how humor is instrumental in getting into an “open mode.” My biggest take away: “Humor is an essential part of spontaneity, an essential part of playfulness, an essential part of the creativity we need to solve problem, no matter how serious they may be.” – John… Continue Reading >

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Humor Ideas from AATH

One of the great things about the AATH conference is hearing from experts in a number of fields sharing how humor can transform organizations, teams and lives. Here are some of my notes from the conference I attended last week. From Laughter, Cancer and Chemorella (Katy Franco) Katy is an actress, comedian and breast cancer… Continue Reading >

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