If creativity and optimism are childish fancies, bring it on. The adult world needs more of that.
So says child prodigy Adora Svitak, who frequently keynotes at some of the most influential conferences around the world. In the talk below, the writer, teacher and activist argues that adults need to learn from kids as much as they teach.
Sometimes we read meaning into patterns even when there is not inherent meaning. Yet it’s possible to use rationality and to use things that you know about the world to question your intuitions and to second guess them.