Two Chairs, One Table and a sign that reads….

Stillman writes about an experiment he started in April 2009 in Union Square in New York City  with two chairs, one table and a sign that reads “Creative Approaches to What You Have Been Thinking About” and a smaller one that reads “Pay What You Like or Take What You Need”.

He says, “I sit out there with no computer or cell phone. I just wait to talk with strangers about any subject at all that they are contending with and trying to offer a creative approach to it. No subject is off limit”.

I stumbled upon his blog and found his advice on theft at work to be very touching, if only we can bring our true self to work every moment of the day and look at every situation from the prism of how I can help, our workplaces would be a lot different.


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