Always keep your mind open and learn something!
I am over 60 years young, and my favorite word still is why. I love learning about something new.
After the strokes, I became curious about how I cope and thrive even when the strokes put new trials in front of me. I’m still learning. Do you wonder about how you face the contests that your stroke has put in your path?
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Curiosity is the desire to learn. To understand new things. To acquire facts and knowledge. To know how it ticks. You will be exposed to different opinions, different lifestyles and different topics than yours.
Curious people read and explore the world around them. They are willing to meet challenges and broaden their horizons.
Jane Fonda says “Stay curious, keep learning and keep growing. And always strive to be more interested than interesting.”
You can be more interested than interesting by following these 4 beliefs.
1. Keep an open mind – Be free to learn, unlearn, and relearn, and you need to the possibility of changing your mind.
2. Never take things for granted. Dig deeper beneath the surface of what is around you.
3. Do something new – Take a different route to work, read a book in a genre you usually avoid, go to an art gallery you wouldn’t normally go to. Each of these activities opens your mind to new points of view.
4. Ask questions relentlessly – What, why, when, who, where, and how are the best friends of curious people. Be one of them.
Try them because they will make your life more rewarding!
Thank you. To your success!
Sources: https://www.harvardbusiness.org/the-importance-of-being-curious/ https://www.lifehack.org/articles/productivity/4-reasons-why-curiosity-is-important-and-how-to-develop-it.html & https://www.successconsciousness.com/blog/personal-development/what-is-curiosity/