My home university runs a campaign called "Both sides of the brain". It's a whole part of their brand-standards toolkit, but the main purpose of the ad is to show potential students that you're not only able to develop your academics, but your other interests, extra-curricular's, and other parts of you that define yourself. I wanted to take a second to share the other side of my brain.
The other side of my brain is the brain I developed as a child. Children have limitless potential for creativity, imagination, innovation and leadership, and I truly believe the world would be a better place if we were all a little childish. To be free from the binds and constrains of adulthood is something that most of us experience once, but few hold on to. We have responsibilities that we cannot ignore, however I feel that by being a little childish, it opens up my mind to pursue new possibilities, to not be afraid to fail, to look foolish or to care what others think.
Stand up for the little guy, think without boundaries, be who you are, say what you feel, inspire others, and find inspiration to do things that others say you cannot do. Life is too short for you to not take a chance to be yourself.