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How to Experience Wonder as a Grown-up

As you get older, you might have to work a bit harder to find wonder — but it’s worth the effort

Illustration: Andrew Wood

Hey C (age 4¾),

When you find yourself completely overwhelmed by something exciting, surprising, colorful, delicious, tuneful, beautiful, funny, inexplicable, shocking, huge, or joyful, your eyes grow big, your…

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Andrew Lawrence Wood

Andrew Lawrence Wood

Accredited transformational coach, facilitator, companion for leaders teams and orgs with change on their 💖 and 🧠. Father. Medium featured writer. FRSA.

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