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What it means to be Curious?

  1. You must become aware of the gap in your knowledge
  2. You must desire to resolve the uncertainty by filling the gap in your knowledge
  3. Lastly, You must seek out information!


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I Embrace My Unce

Get comfortable with your uncertainty; don’t shy away from it. Be grateful that you hold misconceptions. It’s an opportunity to learn something new.


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I tuned in to my “information gaps” and sought to fill it up

Curious about something? I google it and let myself go down the rabbit holes of online articles about a topic, and following what fascinated me


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Set aside regular time to do some reading about topics you become curious about, or to expand your horizons. You don’t have to read nonfiction. Novels, poetry, and other forms can also inspire your sense of curiosity.


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Listen more > speaking more

I made an effort to listen more than I spoke. I started treating my friends and coworkers like teachers that I can learn from if I ask the right questions and listen carefully. Everyone has a piece of stories and wisdom to offer.


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Choose something that excites you and pursue it. It’s worth carving out a few hours each week for this. You’ll love where it leads you.


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What I have learned

Genuine curiosity is a habit and it will become second nature once you start to cultivate it. Curiosity becomes instinct.

You start listening more, being understanding to others deeply, your memory also improves and you retain information better.

This is because curiosity is not only a mental state but also an emotion that serves as a powerful energy to urge us to fill gaps in our knowledge.

Curiosity is also key to personal growth. When you are curious, you form a deeper connection when you meet someone. Curious people are lifelong learners and they succeed!


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We are beyond what Society, Religion, Early Conditioning shapes us. Oftentimes Curiosity does not kill the cat, it liberates us.

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