Learning from Lego

When my kids were little I had a love-hate relationship with LEGO.

On the one hand, it was a toy they could play with forever and come up with some pretty creative stuff!

BUT, on the other hand, it was one of those toys that would always seem to end up with pieces scattered inconspicuously around the house no matter how much you looked for them to tidy up, and just when you least expect it, you’d very painfully step on a stray piece.

Not to mention, the chore of trying to keep my curious son from shoving the wondrously colourful rectangles up his nose.

Recently, I got to experience playing with LEGO as an adult as part of a workshop. Surprisingly, there was lots to learn from LEGO as an adult too. Yet, the same principles applied to LEGO both young and old, also apply in life.

Life experiences are very much like LEGO. Sometimes they are fun and can seem to last forever, but just when you decide to put the experience away (be it painful or joyful), it can show up unexpectedly and you may not like where it does show up.

The face is the map to the lost LEGO in your life experience. Think about that for a moment or two!

And if you’d like to learn more about how to stop being surprised by the remnants of life experience on your face like well camouflaged LEGO, then join me for the next F.A.C.E. Day.

You will be amazed by what you will create and what you will learn.

Can’t wait to see you there! ==> https://atfacevalu.com/faceday

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