“Once we believe in ourselves, we can risk curiosity, wonder, spontaneous delight, or any experience that reveals the human spirit.”
We can risk curiosity! Isn’t that a wonderful way to put it?
To risk curiosity, we have to believe in ourselves, have faith in ourselves. And for me, when I am living by The Seven Tools of Transformation, curiosity is an essential ingredient.
When I am looking for inspiration to ignite my curiosity, I go visit my friend my friend Becki Ginsberg Saltzman’s website, Living Curiously.
Becki works with people who want to learn to use curiosity strategically to make better decisions, generate new ideas, and live more fulfilling and adventurous lives.
Becki is not the only one who recommends risking curiosity. In her talk on Super Soul Sunday, Elizabeth Gilbert suggests taking passion off the table and pursuing curiosity. So many of us believe we should always be following our passion, and sometimes that gets us stuck. What is my passion? we ask. But if we get quiet and ask ourselves what we feel curious about, sometimes that can lead us to places we never imagined.
Please take the time to watch this short video of Elizabeth Gilbert, and think about what you are curious about.
I’d love to hear about what you are curious about today. And as always, thanks for taking the time to visit, I appreciate it.