Curiosity, an introduction




In this monthly newsletter, I share 5-curated articles about curiosity and its impact, which you can apply to your professional and personal lives. 

Curiosity is like a muscle; it is a skill that can be learned and strengthened over time. Curiosity fosters patience and inquisitiveness. People that are curious are less fearful, more open, and more confident. Curious people are happier. The ability to understand another is based upon an ability to be open, respectful, compassionate, and live in a state of curiosity.  Nurturing curiosity at work increases employee engagement and retention, which ultimately leads to increased team productivity.I hope that you enjoy reading about curiosity as much as I enjoy teaching people how to add curiosity to their lives!
 
Curiosity is the number one trait of awesome people  Curiosity could be an effective tool to entice people into making smarter and sometimes healthier decisions. Curiosity takes energy, time, effort, and dedication. By being curious about people, you gain many different life insights, perspectives, and angles.  

Curiosity Has the Power to Change Behavior for the Better  Curiosity can be used to entice people to engage in healthier behaviors, such as exercising more or eating healthier foods. Our curiosity has us doing utterly unproductive things like reading news about people we will never meet, learning topics we will never have the use for, or exploring places we will never come back to. 

Why are we so curious?  Curiosity belongs at the border between chaos and cosmos! Where does our desire to ask and explore come from? 

An Introduction to the study of Curiosity   Curiosity is characterized by what is going on here and now. Is curiosity a state or trait? What is the scientific reason for the behavior?  

3 Advantages of being curious! What are the key benefits of applying curiosity into your life? Understanding how to exercise curiosity demonstrates the unconsidered possibilities.
I am grateful for your interest in curiosity, and I am excited to share my findings on curiosity with you.   

Thanks again for joining me, and see you next month!
 

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