Why do we ever stop playing and creating? With charm and humor, celebrated Korean author Young-ha Kim invokes the world's greatest artists to urge you to unleash your inner child -- the artist who wanted to play forever.
What a fab video! I love how author Young-ha Kim talks about the origin of storytelling in kids, what happens to our creativity, why storytelling and creativity are important as adults, and how to get unstuck if we think we are not artists.
Anyone who tells stories (and we all do) is an artist. Kim links arts, storytelling, and play into one natural activity that we all engage in.
I've always said that storytelling is deep play. And we know it is both an art form and a science. Kim talks about what happens when our artistic side is not given expression, and what to do about it.
Why did I curate this? Because the more we can understand the creative and artistic nature of storytelling -- and its link to creativity studies, performance art, personal development, and innovation -- the better our stories become and the more influence we can build.
The video is in Korean with English subtitles that go by pretty quick. So you will need to watch and pay attention here.
But it is a delightful, insightful, and inspiring video that I know you will love.
This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling atwww.scoop.it/t/just-story-it