“Pink Bat” Stairs

This short video is an excellent (and fun) example of “Pink Bat” thinking… turning “problems” into solutions. The perceived problem was the stairs… most people preferred using the escalator instead.

When we look past accepted labels, suspend our judgment, and tap into our creativity… a real world of possibilities emerges. Consider the “Pink Bat” elevator example… and to think it was also considered a problem! Are you surrounded by “problems”… or are they unseen solutions, just waiting for you to see them? The world we focus on is the world we create. Have fun turning problems into solutions.

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3 Responses to ““Pink Bat” Stairs”

  1. Kris on January 26th, 2011 2:34 am

    tried to re-subscribe to ‘musings’ newsletter but error says i already did. yes, i did, but have yet to receive it. would love to, thx. ps LOVE the fun theory! cool test!

  2. Michael on January 26th, 2011 6:46 pm

    Thank you, Kris. You should begin receiving the newsletter soon. For technical reasons, it has been on hold… but not for much longer as these issues are being resolved. Again, thank you.

  3. Video Inspiration: How to make walking up the stairs fun on March 14th, 2011 6:12 am

    […] Here’s a little example that gave me some motivation. Coincidentally, Michael McMillan also blogged about this same video in relation to our Pink Bat […]

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