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Cal Fussman’s superpower is childlike curiosity.

A great irony begins to unfold when you examine what childlike curiosity really means.

If you’re curious, you constantly learn. Learning leads to growth. Growth fosters change.

Two of the smartest individuals in history had something to say about change.

Stephen Hawking: ‘Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.’

Albert Einstein: “The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.”

If intelligence requires change, change comes from learning, and learning starts with curiosity

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