In 5 habits of incredibly curious people, Thomas Oppong writes
“We are born curious, but when answers are valued more than questions, we forget how to ask or maintain a curious mind. Curiosity helps us discover amazing things about ourselves, our professions and the rest of the world.
Curiosity is simply an insatiable need to know or learn something. In keeping with that definition, curious people have helped change the world with a constant thirst for knowledge and an insatiable appetite for new things …
Exceptionally curious people are life-long learners
We start learning when we’re born and never really stop.”
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