How often do we pass the same thing day after day, never noticing that it is bent or broken, or out of place? How often do we fail to see that something ordinary is actually extraordinary; something simple is exquisite?
Children are not burdened with adult notions of what has already been tried and what cannot work. They are not weighted down by stale notions, their imaginations stalled and tangled in what they think they know.
Children dwell in the land of possibilities and wonder.
Imagine falling in love with discovery, being captivated by curiosity, creating in the realm of what could be possible. Imagine seeing with new eyes.
Imagine creating workplaces that foster a sense of wonder, patience for learning what does not work on the way to learning what does, and delighting in each accomplishment made by every contributor in the process.
What changes would we make in the workplaces we create?
Imagine if we learn to see new worlds of possibility; seen through the eyes of a child…
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new landscapes, but in having new eyes. ”