Sometimes forgetting the status quo, not accept
everything just because it's what's expected of us and looking with fresh
eyes, asking 'why', can be so important. I’m not advocating chaos here but
instead a form of re learning or what I like to call, unlearning! Try to remember the joy of seeing and experiencing for the
first time. Remember innocents, naivety and discovery. I write this
blog not out of knowing, but out of wanting to understanding and it helps me to
unlearn and to re-learn. After more than two decades in the design
industry, I am re-discovering what it was like to not have limitations,
scribbling outside of the lines, the emotion of colour and the joy of playing again!
In : Motivation
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