Here’s an invitation to embrace your curiosity to become a better leader, better creator, better manager, and even a better partner and friend. You have the ability and the freedom to ask questions and the answers can open up a world of self-awareness, creativity, and adventure.
Take a few minutes to step back, reflect, and get curious about your own behavior, feelings, desires, needs. Take the time to listen to your inner voice, gut feel, and practice curiosity, critical reflection and openness. Here’s some questions to ask yourself: What do I think? What do I want? What are my motivations? Now what? Getting curious about yourself and others promises to raise awareness and be more intentional about your actions. For more insight on curiousity, check out Brian Grazer’s book, “A Curious Mind – The Secret to a Bigger Life.”