The Play Imperative, Why Some Americans Must Have More Fun

“People usually associate rules and goals with work, often thought of as the opposite of play. And when work is tedious and rules too constraining or goal-

“People usually associate rules and goals with work, often thought of as the opposite of play. And when work is tedious and rules too constraining or goal-driven, work could not be more opposite of play. However, when innovation and invention — essential components for growth — are included in the work objective, so must a modicum of engaged play. It’s during play that the mind takes the time to consider alternative actions which, in turn, allows creative thoughts to surface.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE