The Huge Power of Thinking Like a Toddler
Unleash your inner toddler to unlock your creative potential and maximise success in work and life
There are some 400 million people worldwide whose creativity, imagination and determination put the rest of us to shame. They are experts in their field, despite having no experience to speak of. Once, you were one of them too. They are toddlers - and they hold the key to unlocking our creative potential as adults.
In Little Wins: The Huge Power of Thinking Like a Toddler, Ella's Kitchen founder Paul Lindley reveals the nine characteristics and behaviours that we can all learn from recalling our toddler selves. From attention-grabbing tactics that would humble most marketing experts to the art of thinking divergently, Lindley shows how much we've lost in getting old - and how we can get it back. Never mind growing up; it's time we grew down.
Praise for Little Wins
Read on, and rediscover how to live a fuller and more successful lifeSir Richard Branson (from the foreword)
A must-read for anyone interested in creating a more fulfilling life and stronger communitiesKerry Kennedy
Little Wins addresses a large and important topic, and is a book that people in all walks of life can relate toJ. M. Ryan, Adjunct Professor of Management, The Wharton School
Rarely does one call a business book heart-warming, but this one truly is. There is big power in thinking smallJeffrey D. Dunn, CEO, Sesame Workshop
Valuable insight and lessons that can benefit us allIrwin D. Simon, CEO, The Hain Celestial Group
An inspiring book that brings to life the power of playfulness for adults. Just as a children learn and grow through play, this book demonstrates how as adults we can do better by harnessing the inquiring, ambitious and determined outlook of toddlers. A must-read for anyone looking for fresh impetus in their life or careerHanne Rasmussen, former CEO, LEGO Foundation
In an uncertain and fast-changing world, Little Wins shows why the timeless simplicity of a young child's perspective can transform the way we live and work. A compelling case for innovationLord Hastings, Global Head of Citizenship, KPMG International
An unexpectedly and delightfully invigorating read... It's really good fun and highly revealing. You'll see how right Lindley isManagement Today
As well as offering advice to wannabe entrepreneurs, Little Wins is also an interesting account of how Ella's Kitchen became a hitDaily Telegraph