Interestingly, researchers have found that children generally have a higher tolerance for ambiguity than adults. Children are often more willing to accept murky conditions — situations where the likelihood of winning or losing is unknown. As you get older though, your desire for surety and security keep you safely protected in your comfort zone.
How To Learn In 2 Days What Normally Takes 6 Months
Benjamin P. Hardy

I love this about kids. It’s why I think we should all embrace our work in a more childlike way. More wonder, awe, and willingness to try.