it's a very simple, quick book about reminding your creativity.
C went to school and learned the shape of a box...C graduated from school and started a career...All of C's time at work was spent in the box...it was comfortable inside the box...C was good at the work to be done insie the box as long as it didn't change...C had even forgotten that there was an outside to the box...as the days passed by, C was able to work in and out of the box whenever C wanted...many of them remembered using a spring when they were children, but they had forgotten how fun it was and how to use it...how might we keep from losing such a valuable tool as our spring as we grow up?
as young children, we were highly creative and adventurous. we knew no boundaries and would play, experiment, question, and use our imagination in the most wondrous of ways. over time, we learned the 'right way to do thing.' we learned to look for the one right answer to probles. we were even tested on knowing the right answer. it was not okay to be different. we never really lose our imagination and creativity. We just don’t take it out and use it, practice it, play with it, or develop it. As a result, many of us now operate within an area that is known and comfortable.
How can you be more creative?