Thought: Blurring The Line Between Work And Play

Thought: Blurring The Line Between Work And Play
Guy Brighton
  • 29 may 2005


Play is as important as work. In fact, imagine waking up in the morning thinking you are not preparing to go off to work, but play. That’s a radical shift in thinking, and one with major implications. If you are in a job for the paycheque and not the passion, then this might not apply. However, the introduction of play, and even more importantly, the permission to play, could turn you into a more productive and happier person.

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