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How to cultivate curiosity

When we have lots of work, we can fall into the trap of neglecting to nourish our mind with enough high-quality input. Ways to cultivate curiosity include reading books, blogs, newsletters, taking online courses, joining learning communities, and more.

  • Do you make space for cultivating your curiosity, exploring new ideas, and expanding your knowledge?
  • Make a list of all the ways you cultivate your curiosity. Consider if these opportunities are aligned with your goals.


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