Have you ever stopped to wonder how did you discover the things that you enjoy thoroughly?
Did you ever think about what made you learn the things that you know, not the ones that were taught by your parents or in school, but the ones that no one taught you?
“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt Disney
The answer is curiosity. If you’re curious enough, there’s nothing that will stop you from figuring out what you need to know. Curiosity is what lets you discover new things and keep exploring all that that life has to offer.
I’m about to start a course, while it is not needed by any means, I want to explore it. I want to do it because I am curious about the topic. My curiosity made me search for courses on the topic, go through the details, and then pay for it.
If this article is published when it is scheduled to be, then I will be starting the course on the very day. It’s sort of a challenge for me because I have a full-time job to do and also other things that gnaw away at my time. I have been feeling tired and drained for too long. My mind is filled with so many things but my curiosity is what lets me pick up new things.
Luckily, I’m super curious about the topic, and it makes it so much easier to push through the obstacles I’m facing. I want to know more about it, I want to understand the working, and if that means working a little more, then I am okay with it because I am curious. The process is always more important than the result because it teaches you all the things that make you the person that you are.
“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existence. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery each day.” – Albert Einstein
I really believe that curiosity is a superpower and that it can make you want to seek out new and interesting answers to the age-old questions. It will send you out in the world to gain new experiences. It will motivate you to push harder and work smarter.
Curiosity will keep your hunger for knowledge alive. It will help you face your fears and be the best at what you do. Most of all it will help you live life at a much higher level!