Jennifer B. Davis
Michael Bungay Stanier from Box of Crayons had a newsletter back in June that talked about his 7 Sources of Joy. It is great read. His 7th source of joy was "freedom from fear" and he included the picture posted here. We'll never know what this guy wrote on the wall, but I can bet it wasn't that he was afraid of wearing skirts!


So, it made me rethink the use of a tool I had blogged about before from GE called ImaginationCubed. I tried it and I can say it is pretty powerful, so read on. Go to the link. Grab a pen. Select the color that suits you. Write out your fears. Illustrate them if you wish. Read them there. Think "what is the worst thing that could happen?" Change your pen to big and white and erase your fears.

Bonus: Also works on a MagnaDoodle.
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  1. kristi w Says:

    Having just finished an intern retreat, I was thinking that this tool could be a cool team building project - drawing a picture together before they even arrive in the same city.

    I like your fear exercise, too.