Author Bruce Grierson published an article called “The Kid in You” in Psychology Today, that sparked an interest with us at WWOA. Grierson poses the question, “What if what we loved doing between ages 9 and 11, is what most of us ought to be doing for our actual jobs as adults?” Could you dig deep and recall what you were doing at age 10? Things that you were passionate about at that age? Grierson goes on to say that, “at age 10, kids graduate from being biologist, searching for a theory of life, to philosophers.”
Could this be a vital key to engaging some of our younger generation woodland owners?
To view the full article of “The Kid in You” click here.
Grierson also published a second part, “The Kid in You Part 2,” which can be found here.