In this short, sharp Inbetweener episode, John reflects more on his recent trip to the far-flung reaches of the UK, including Shetland and Orkney Islands.

Here he discovered evidence of creativity, imagination, and play amongst the well-preserved Neolithic remains of family life some 5,000 years ago.

Amongst other things, the Occupational Philosophers explore:

  • What did Neolithic men and women do when they weren’t catching Mammoths?
  • What can Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs tell us about our innate desire to create?
  • How we should still find time to innovate, stay curious and creative despite adverse conditions

We hope you enjoy the show AND we hope you join us for another year of a not-so-serious business podcast. And as The Occupational Philosophers always say: stay curious, make stuff, play more, have fun, and date life.

FYI: The Inbetweeners episodes are just that – smaller episodes ‘in between’ the longer format episodes designed to give a little kickstart to enable you to be the most curious, creative and imaginative cat you can be – and have some fun in the process.

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JOHN: https://www.bowlandconsulting.com/

SIMON: www.simonbanks.com.au

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