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To Get Unstuck, Think With Your Hands

Researchers have found that our thoughts and choices can be transformed by physical interaction with objects

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At some point, I subconsciously decided that “open computer” equals “working.” So each morning, that’s what I do: flip open my laptop and get to work. Or rather, I try to work. The problem is, I often find myself…

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Anna Gilbertson

Anna Gilbertson

On a crusade to make the world value human skills. Co-founder of Momentix. We make toys that help you think better, whether you’re 8 or 38.

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