Definition: Intellectually curious and willing to ask questions to further understanding.

Relates to: Generate Data-Driven Insight


  1. Research publications and blogs and reserve 2 hours weekly to review and stay abreast of new ideas. Forward interesting learnings.
  2. Seek out others from whom to learn.
  3. Learn to ask great questions; don’t be so eager to get to an answer or solution. Be willing to ask dumb questions.
  4. Be mindful. Try to become more conscious of curiosity.
  5. Avoid routine. Set routines can be an active enemy of curiosity.
  6. Take courses that will challenge your mind.
  7. Take up an interest in riddles and puzzles.