Live in a Culture of Curiosity

Fire Up Your Life, Create a Habit of Asking Questions!

Have you heard the phrase, “either use it or lose it”? As small children, we were all curious and asked questions. It’s the way we learned then, and continue learning. As I’ve interviewed people for my book, The Questions You’re Not Asking, Are Costing You Money, Relationships, and Maybe Even Your Life, I’ve heard lots of examples.

Some people’s questioning muscle was put in a cast and has atrophied over the years. They lost their childlike wonder and curiosity and make decisions based on assumptions or what someone else tells them to do. It’s likely their ability to risk asking questions was squelched by the environment in which they grew up.

Another group may ask some questions. We might refer to these questions as those that feel safe to ask. On a scale of one to ten, 1 is not asking any questions, and 10 is going for the gold in each situation, we might see these individuals as being at a 5. They might ask lots of information-type questions and stay away from questions that feel too risky.

Others never allowed their curiosity to be dampened. Their determination to explore, understand every situation, and not stop until they get to the truth, has given them a life of clarity and adventure. They live in a Culture of Curiosity. It’s never too late to build or strengthen your questioning muscle.

“Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers.” ― Voltaire

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    Children are filled with curiosity and ask lots of questions. It’s how we learn!

    As we begin school questions may not be encouraged and many times discouraged. We may lose the skill we naturally had for asking questions. If we stop questioning it can affect our learning. Sometimes the idea of asking questions, causes comments like, “I don’t want to be nosy.” or “If I need to know something, the person will tell me.” What if the person doesn’t know you need information?

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