Have you given a thought about what areas might hinder your performance and sabotage your growth? Typically; I help my clients overcome following chal...
Do you know your blind spots?
August 28, 2017
Journey to Growth - Curiosity
June 3, 2016
Curiosityis about noticing and being drawn to things we find interesting. When we are curious, we see things differently; we are more engaging and use our observation more fully.
Here are a few benefits that curiosity can bring:
Many studies have shown that high levels of curiosity in adults are connected to greater analytic ability, problem-solving skills and overall intelligence. All of which suggests that cultivating more curiosity in your daily life is likely to make you smarter.
Curious people ask questions and take an interest in learning about other people, and they intentionally try to keep interactions interesting and alive. This approach assists development of good relationships.
Curiosity stimulates you to find your purpose in life. When you find real meaning or purpose in life, you will be passionate for what you do, which will expand more possibilities that enable you to experience things that inspire and excite you.
Reflect and Cultivate your Curiosity:
Ask yourself what you’re well placed and equipped to help solve in your workplace, career, organization or industry.
Ask yourself what problems you really enjoy solving, and what problems you feel passionate about trying to solve.
Define your WHY
(Reflect from the previous Bolg - Capacity and address these question)
What are you very good at?
What are you better at than most of people?
Where do you want to make an impact or what legacy do you want to leave behind?
I hope you might be able to develop your purpose from your answers.
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