ABOUT THE BOOK
If you have ever wondered how to be more creative or how to connect on a deeper level with the people in your life, Playful Rebellion can help.
Playful Rebellion will help you discover how to find joy in the mundane, show you how social norms and corporate mentality is hurting the workforce, demonstrate how to step away from work and still be productive, and teach you how to unlock the superpowers hidden within yourself.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
- If you have become a worker bee and find your mood, relationships, wellbeing, and work suffering-maybe it’s time to reintroduce play into your life. Gary Ware invites you to challenge the status quo and Play. He acknowledges and names barriers most adults face when they start trying to reincorporate fun into their lives. A quick, fun read. There is much to inspire and move anyone towards being more playful and successful in work and life. When you’re done, I suggest passing it along to someone you would like as a playmate on your playground. The more the merrier!
- A must-read for anyone who wants to recapture the joy of play in their adult life. Ware offers a wealth of insights and practical advice on how to make time for play, even when life is hectic and responsibilities are piling up. This is a book that will make you laugh, think and change the way you look at play.
- I LOVE this book. I've always wanted to bring a better spirit of play and fun into my work. Gary's book is full of practical exercise to lighten up the mood and bring a little playful fun into the workplace. And he motivates you to jump in with studies and research showing the benefits of play and great stories that make it come alive. Don't just buy this book, get it, read it and put it to work!
- Playful Rebellion clearly explains how anyone can live a more creative and expansive life by being more playful, particularly at work. I learned so much from the prompts, assessments, and resources that Gary shares, and I feel powered up!
- A book about play written playfully! Gary reminds us of the importance of play, not because it's a kid thing to do, but a human one.
- As a corporate facilitator, I interact frequently with people who tragically believe the time in their life for play is long over. If you don’t want to get to the end of your life with regrets that you should have laughed more, played more, connected more joyfully with the people you love, pick up this book.