Another great idea given by Pink or as he called it: "20 percent downtime."(pg. 162) The idea is to give free time off to everyone to just do what they want during the day. It's the equivalent of lunch but instead of having lunch, people may do what they want for only a period of time.
This keeps the people from losing their minds and may be productive at the same time. An equivalent of such is our school's Creativity Week where we all take a week off to do whatever we choose. I can voucher for that because I can say that it really did help to take one whole week off and do what I love to do best: "jam out." It helped get the stress out of school and it gave me a chance to work on my mastery of the drum kit. When I finally returned back to school the following week, I felt rejuvenated and ready to do some more work. In other words, this works.
(This gave me another idea to give my students a period of time to mess around with the drum kit to familiarize with the sounds and other aspects. It is also a sure way to give them a break from the lessons and give myself a break also.)