Again . . . Albert Einstein leads us by the hand and takes us to what it is about our own selves that makes us who we are. What a remarkable person he was.
Question: What are you passionately curious about? What is One Thing you enjoy learning about? What is One Thing that you would like to spend some time exploring?
What is the first answer that pops into your head? Got it? Next, download a [FREE] journal worksheet that will take you just a little bit further into and farther down your Road of Curiosity.
I sometimes think that we have simply been so inundated with so much information.
I love having Google at my very fingertips . . . but still. Anything you want to know is just a Siri-command away. Who wrote Stand by Me? What is the Mariners – Angels score? What are the health benefits of turmeric?
Are you an InstaGoogler?
Are you one of those Instant Googlers that reaches for your phone when you or someone else wonders something aloud? Does having Instant Information at our fingertips or voice command rob us of deepening our curiosity? Do we learn an answer and then dismiss it and maybe even forget it until the next Wonder enters the room?
I wonder. Does having this wonderful advantage of instant information simply stuff us full of trivia and rob us of our passionate curiosity at the same time? There is a difference — a chasm — between Knowing and Wanting to Know . . . a gap between Knowing An Answer and Wanting to Know more about stuff. At least this is what occurs to me. It seems that I know more and more about less and less than I used to . . . which is all good. But still. Don’t we truly want to know more, possess more knowledge, feel that depth-scraping satisfaction that only deep learning provides?
Make curiosity a rewarding habit. Explore your Curiosity with this free journaling download.
To download a free (and empowering) journaling worksheet that will help you explore and enjoy your Passionately Curious Thing, fill out the contact information below. [This will not add you to any mailing list for future journal worksheets — unless you specify that you would like to receive them.] This journal exercise is a journey into your curiosity, your passions, and your area of interest that defines who you are. It’s good stuff!
Life is simply so interesting and there is soooooo much to be passionately curious about. Live life large and expand your curiosity’s range of motion. Think like Albert and less like a Googler. Be you. Be interesting. Expand who you are.