Curiosity is a superpower, now more than ever. It widens your horizon and makes you better at what you do, no matter what your job is. Steve Jobs once said that creativity is just about connecting things and that the problem was that most people don't have enough dots to connect, ending up with very linear solutions to any given problem. Being curious, and as a result being a constant learner gives you more dots to connect. Good thing is that I profoundly believe you can teach yourself to be more curious. I don't think it's something that you either have or haven't.
Just Curious is a podcast about curiosity & innovation. In this podcast I'm asking creatives, planners, makers, technologists, … people I respect a lot how they see curiosity. How important is it to them? What makes them curious? How do they manage their curiosity? And I wonder with them how it helps them and their teams being more innovative constantly.
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