Normally when people would use the expression “thinking outside the box”, I would understand that I need to do my job some what different from others and to approach the task with a different perspective. Today I was told to think outside the box and all I could see in my head was a small box on the floor and me next to it with a complete lost face. I could not stop laughing at the expression as it was used a few times during the workday.
Does anybody have a Freudian examination to this?
Is it a visual perspective? The image and link to peaches is nonrelated, just like it