Thursday, March 17, 2011

School kids already telling my kids, "You can't really do that". No wonder people don't trust their talents.


I child seems to be born believing that they can either do something, or they can do it when they grow up.
Every young child believe they can draw. According to a survey, as they get older, the kids that believe they can draw becomes less and less. Which is okay if that belief is replaced with a belief that they are good at something else. Unfortunately, that's not always the case.
Instead, they begin to believe, they can't really do anything. This can continue for the rest of their life.
It seems that to be great at anything, people have to ignore the seeds of doubt that other people sown into their lives.
If your love to make or play or design or organise. Or help or run or understand, then that is what you're really meant do.

For the 'being born creative' series (childhood creativity)
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