Work doesn’t have to be a four-letter word. It can actually be a fun, creative endeavour, according to “passion catalyst” Curt Rosengren. In his Occupational Adventure weblog, he recently outlined how approaching your work with an attitude of fun can help you to be more creative:
“A feeling of play not only engages us, it also distracts us from the need for perfection as we develop something new. That in turn in paves the way for more creative approaches, which exponentially expands the scope of what is possible.”
I couldn’t agree more! So what do you want your work to be? A boring, energy-draining ritual, or a means to unleash your ultimate creative potential?