From John C. Maxwell’s great book, The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, The Law of Curiosity offers powerful insights into greater success personally and professionally through growth.
“Curiosity is the primary catalyst for self-motivated learning. People who remain curious don’t need to be encouraged to ask questions or explore. They just do it–all the time. And they keep doing it. They know that the trail to discovery is just as exciting as the discoveries themselves, because there are wonderful things to be learned along the way.
Curiosity helps a person to think and expand possibilities beyond the ordinary. Asking why? fires the imagination. It leads to discovery. It opens up options. It takes people beyond the ordinary and leads to extraordinary living. People say not to cross a bridge until you come to it, but as someone once said, “This world is owned by people who have crossed bridges in their imagination and then works its way out.” Einstein made his discoveries because he was a curious person. And he valued his curious nature and imagination as his greatest qualities.”
John adds as we choose to be more like children who just ask without thinking about it and who don’t worry about whether or not they will fail or look dumb trying something new.
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