Not only is play the exultation of the possible, as Martin Buber claimed, but it’s our brain’s preferred way of learning. Luckily, the human brain comes equipped with a playful enthusiasm for life. In fact, George Bernard Shaw said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old… Read more »
Grace is a bit like castles in the sky when we build, dream, and play as children do daily. Childlike play flings open gates into grace so that simple belief becomes love’s warmth, as it did in the fort we constructed to transform Nana’s living room for the day. Yesterday… Read more »
Most people would rather be anywhere but at work. The US consistently falls behind other developed nations in innovative advances. Play is rarely an option for workplace progress. See any relationship between these three realities? Or have you considered the power of a brain on play? We put in more… Read more »
17. Play Plasticity to Win. How so? Plasticity refers to the brain’s equipment to rewire your brain, and increase its capabilities to write. That said, plasticity expands writing ability when you: ~ Laugh at yourself ~ Speak and feel heard ~ Engage readers who rarely get involved ~ Monitor your… Read more »
If fairness fosters people and prosperity and its opposite strikes down talent, why are we missing its marks?
And what happens when evenhandedness clearly goes missing at work? Many leaders have come to us at Mita, feeling beat down and helpless. You?
Leaders say learners don’t understand new ideas. Learners say leaders rarely offer new ideas. I say that play packs the punch to boost brainpower for a new innovation era. That’s why you’ll want to check back soon for the debut of FUNUDERSTAND – an Online simulation game based on play.