Following is a guest post from Rich Largman. I have collaborated with Rich for 15 years of working with clients. He is also my personal coach and one of my dearest friends. It is my pleasure to share his insight with you here.
We’ve all heard the familiar scoldings growing up such as…
…Quit fooling around.
…Will you please grow up.
…When will you stop acting like a child?
Well if it were up to me, the answer to that last question would be NEVER!
In an effort to eliminate the childish qualities from our behavior as we race toward adulthood, our child-like qualities often become part of the collateral damage. And that is too bad. By losing our child-like qualities, we lose an immensely valuable resource – the ability to play. Read more.