Self-Psychology and Innovation
We — us, ourselves — are the greatest vehicle for innovation. The quality of our creations is tied intimately to how we are and who we are. So this issue, we’re paying particular attention to ways to support, encourage, protect, and energize ourselves.
We’re going to look at what it means to be a leader, the role of connection, how to take action, how to be more purposeful (and maybe happy), gardening and overcoming hope as acts of resistance and social change, lessons on how to learn (and grow) and much more on things that can help you be more creative, healthy, and innovative.
As the world feels more complicated than ever, the way we manage and care for ourselves will shape how well we care for others and create the kind of things that the world needs and we enjoy making.
Keep well. I hope this week’s innovation coffee break provides some ways to help you do it, maintain it, and grow wellness within your practice and life.