January 7, 2010

Article: Curiosity
Source: Seth Godin

We incorrectly think that the better a student/employee/coworker listens and follows directions without asking questions, the better they are.  It’s typically the people who are curious and ask questions that get meaningful things done in their life, and get meaningful things out of life.

If we’re ever in a position to teach, and we have a quiet class that is obedient to our ever command, we’re in deep trouble.


One Response to “Curiosity”

  1. Too too bad about George Carlin’s passing. He was one of my very favourites right from the start of his career when he did his ‘Hippy Dippy Weatherman Click

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