Thinking outside the box

This is fun. In a study of the physical embodiment of metaphors conducted by Angela K.-y. Leung of Singapore Management University, people who literally sat “outside the box”—a box made of cardboard and plastic pipe – produced 32% better answers to a test than people sitting inside the box.

Source: HBR/ Embodied Metaphors and Creative “Acts”

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