Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Curiouser and Curiouser

“The cure for boredom is curiosity. Fortunately, there is no cure for curiosity.” Anonymous

I love that quote!

The problem is that the rest of the quote probably should be, “Unfortunately, life beats the curiosity out of a lot of us.”

Following your curiosity takes time, energy, and focus. And, in these days and times, it seems that those three resources are in short supply.

But, following your curiosity helps you find new paths, emotionally, financially and professionally.

Curiosity feeds the new you.

Try this simple, quick exercise: Ask yourself, “What was my favorite subject in school?”

Now, when you finish reading this blog, Google the topic and see what you learn. Take a few minutes to follow the thread of information and thinking.

What you’ve done is give candy to you mind. It loves thinking and thinking about something new renews your mind, makes you smarter and may make you mentally younger; all good things.

How curious are you?

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