Kids used to intrude on work. Now work intrudes on kids, and also on us, with burning emails, bleeding projects, and broken people.
Author: Dana Asher
When we laugh, we relax. As anxiety decreases, our capacity to retain information expands.
Awkwardness indicates something is up. If we can bring ourselves to find out what, we put ourselves in a better position to address it.
For many of the clients I work with, the type of absorbed creative focus available to the typical preschooler, armed with a box of crayons, is rare to say the least. They flit from task to task. When they do focus deeply, it's in order to work tactically—that is, narrowly.