Something that is so important to possess more than ever.

Once we lose our desire to be curious, we lose our chance to be different, and a life of compliance, servitude and of the mundane, awaits us.

Being curious is vital in the art of being alive, of discovery, of questioning the status quo, of find new ways of solving problems and of striking up meaningful engagement, beyond how the weather is or what is for dinner.

Our very best work can only be created if we are prepared to be curious.

In a world that is becoming more and more standardised, automated and where the ‘regular’ jobs are likely to disappear, the curious will be highly sort after.

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