Become more curious


  1. Ask yourself how curious you are
    Think about how often you decide to learn something new and what you have gained from such pursuit of knowledge and truth.

  2. Keep a journal
    Jot down your thoughts, reflections, questions, goals, and remarks.

  3. Make a list of the ten most important questions in your life
    Once you’ve formulated them, it will be easier for you to find the right answers.

  4. Do the contemplation exercise to strengthen your curiosity
    Write one question on a piece of paper, hang it on a wall in front of you, then sit down and contemplate the question.

  5. Do the stream of consciousness exercise to further strengthen your curiosity
    Choose a question. Then, grab a piece of paper or your laptop and spend 10 minutes writing down everything that comes to mind when you think about this question.

  6. Think of a problem you can’t solve and reframe it
    You’ll be able to see it from a different perspective, which might lead to a solution. For example, since water is precious and invaluable, Nomadic people often asked themselves “How do we get to water?” However, everything changed when the question was reframed thus: “How do we get water to us?” Such reframing led to the rise of agriculture.


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