Atualizado: 14 de out. de 2022
Being able to have a laugh without making fun of those around us is great therapy to energize us during the day. Most work places encourage it, as it stimulates a better working environment whilst on the job.
John Cleese, the long-standing British actor and co-founder of Monty Python, is an expert for his humor and communication skills. He once said: “If I can get you to laugh with me, you like me better which makes you more open to my ideas. And if I can persuade you to laugh at the particular point I make, by laughing at it you acknowledge the truth.”
Having a sense of humor is a super important trait to have, so using it to one’s best ability makes us more productive. Having a laugh then is probably the best remedy to connect to creativity, a way to help mood swing in a positive helpful manner. John believes creative ability comes from playing which is a feeling thing that promotes the subconscious. Uncertainty creates boldness to try harder. Check out this recent video!
I strongly believe having a sense of humor is an important attribute for success and happiness in and out of career. Moreover, it helps make the day more eventful. Fun activities are creative ability for our happiness, comfort, and security which are good to capture the lifeblood needed to booster ideas and solutions.
Oh, by the way John helped set his mother straight on her way to the grave at one hundred and one years old.
Prof. Carl Boniface
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Long-standing = having existed or continued for a long time.
Creative ability = Creativity is the ability to think about a task or a problem in a new or different way, or the ability to use the imagination to generate new ideas. Creativity enables you to solve complex problems or find interesting ways to approach tasks. If you are creative, you look at things from a unique perspective.
Lifeblood (n) = life force, élan vital, vital spark, essential, essence