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Be Curious about the World

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Be Curious about the World

Curiosity might have killed the cat, but it could help you live a happier and more successful life. Curious people are not content to study a single subject of interest; instead, they learn about a wide array of topics that fascinate them. This gives them a fresh perspective that allows them to find answers to problems that others might miss. Curious people ask lots of questions and are determined to identify common threads that exist in conflicting topics (and it’s not difficult to see how that might lead to more success). If you’d like to boost your ability to think creatively, apply these 5 ways to develop curiosity.

5 Ways To Develop Curiosity

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