Fostering Curiosity

I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.

– Albert Einstein

In this chapter you will:

  • learn how changing your perspective increases curiosity
  • discover that curiosity leads to greater knowledge
  • choose to become ever more curious about the world around you

I believe that at the heart of all human creativity and inventiveness lies curiosity, that little question that always pops up and says, ‘Why?’ or ‘What if?’ It spurs us to re-evaluate things constantly and see whether they can be improved, to find other ways of using things, or simply to appreciate them more.

Curiosity is what drives much of our learning as children. Rather than waiting to have our heads filled with knowledge, we thirst for it and continually ...

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