Mark Hamilton – Playing and Happiness Go Hand-In-Hand

Read about Mark Hamilton describing playing and happiness.

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11 Responses to Mark Hamilton – Playing and Happiness Go Hand-In-Hand

  1. Karen Lorraine Venn says:

    Thank you Mark Hamilton for letting us know how we can play as adults; creating values is playtime & is how we can create values for others

  2. Rosa Lerblance says:

    Very true Mr. Hamilton, when I was trying to come up with an idea to help
    out at the summit I came up with the notion to have a table with a sign that
    says Se Habla Espanol. that way I could assist members in Spanish or
    translate from English to Spanish. I remember how great I felt coming
    up with a solution to help out. I contacted Digger with the idea and he said
    it was a great idea. I felt great happiness and exhilaration.
    Thank You Mr. Hamilton.

  3. Lisa Newton says:

    When I was a child, I made up stories about everything, from what the cat’s thinking to how the trees feel to what if this, and why not that. As a child, I sculpted clay into animals, people, and ideas in visual form. I drew and painted what I could see, what I couldn’t see, what I thought, could imagine, what the music inspired in me, or my friends, movies, books, and nature inspired me to think or visualize. I danced up one side of the couch and down the other, across the floor and over the chairs, climbed the walls (yes, literally!), and ran around on our 3rd story roof, dancing all the while. And Life was Ecstasy!
    Now, as an adult, I make up stories about everything, including what the cat thinks or the trees feel, draw, paint and sculpt everything I can imagine and feel inspired about, and yes, I still dance over the couch, chairs, and the occasional roof, although the walls here aren’t set close enough to climb up! I’ve never lost my inner child, nor she, me. It has sometimes made it difficult to survive in this world like that, kind of psychically ‘skinless,’ but I consciously made the choice to stay this way, and it is so worth it! So it seems that in order to regain and retain our child connection of play/work, work/play, we must love and support that sensitive, caring small spirit–which paradoxically–connects us most truly and deeply with the Great Spirit, whatever you want to call that part of us which is measurably gone when we die.

  4. Russ Creamer says:

    The purpose of human life is to prosper and live happily.

  5. Playing and happiness goes hand in hand, if you study the details of your job with DTC method, by applying the mini-day and power thinking team. Playing and happiness goes while you see your business florishing.

  6. Richard Crookshank says:

    One has the power to do anything they want,who knows what one can give to this world if one thinks they can.

  7. Gregory Klatt says:

    The way things are now people see work as work and vacations as play. In contrast, there was a time in my past when work was play and vacations was a time to get close to the family.

  8. Russ Creamer says:

    Your video is pointing us to a very special life. Thanks Mark.

  9. I would contend, playing, and happiness go hand-in-hand, in Creating a Comfort
    Zone, for oneself.

  10. Russ Creamer says:

    The more we play(create) the happier we are! The happier we are the more love we have for our family and friends. This is very unique. Thank you Mark Hamilton.

  11. Russ Creamer says:

    Your videos are a great masterpiece. My desire for playing has grown! Thank you Mark Hamilton.

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