by Sunil Bali, 16-06-13

We, unlike children, are rarely 100% in the moment.

Ask a child to draw and the child will gleefully put pencil to paper and enjoy the experience.

Ask an adult to draw and the paper becomes a thing which could be a good or bad picture: an opportunity for constant self evaluation and self doubt.

As we grow older we lose our childishness, but we also lose the ability to be childlike – to be spontaneous, not self conscious and joyful.

Every child is born creative. The problem is trying to retain this innate creativity into adulthood, by breaking free of the shackles of conditioning and conformity.

The biggest opportunities in life come from being present, and listening to what life, your heart and your intuition are trying to tell you.

The goal is to be happy now, grow young and recapture the uninhibited energy of your childhood. Because it’s this playfulness and creative energy that will power you towards your success.

It’s always been the same….. you get what you play for.


The geekiest pizza restaurant ever:

And the not so geeky kid:

  1. Have you heard about the dyslexic pimp?
    He bought a warehouse.
  2. Two Eskimos were sitting in a kayak getting frozen, so they lit a fire in their boat. The boat sank proving that you can’t have your kayak and heat it.
  3. A Higgs Boson particle walks into a church. The priest says, "We don’t allow Higgs Bosons in here!" "But," the Higgs Boson replies, "You can’t have mass without me!"
  4. A man entered a pun contest. He submitted ten puns hoping one of them would win. Sadly, no pun in ten did.