Curiosity is the wick in the candle of learning

In A day in the life of, Agile, Be brave, beyourself, Compassion, Courage, Curiosity, Habits, Inspiring, Leadership, Scrum Master, Together, Trust by chuzzete1 Comment

What brought me to write this post?

During my co-active coaching session today, we explored the steps that I follow to write every day, and why I have been doing it for the past 51 days non stop. Here the steps I came up with:

  1. I got curious about something that happens during the day, generally the subject arises during my daily walks with my daughter.
  2. I searched for a quote on google, that connects with the subject I got curious about.
  3. Then the writing creative process starts. Once I sit in front of my computer, words start to pop up, then phrases and paragraphs that end up as articles.
  4. I create a copy of the article on my google drive.
  5. The day after the article is written, the article gets published and I thank the ones who inspired me to write it.

That makes me realize that …

  • I have followed a disciplined process that turns writing into a daily habit.
  • Being curious brings joy to my life, helps me smile, enables learning and growing. That’s why I write, to learn about self!
  • I have got it …. I meant the Curiosity Virus and I which you got it too!

My invitation is to embrace curiosity to learn about yourself

I personally thank you for reading this article, I celebrate your courage and resilience.

And now that you know a little more about me, I invite you to take a moment to look around, staying curious, being brave and spreading love and take a moment to reflect about the following questions:

  • What makes you curious in life?
  • How does it feel when something gets you curious?
  • How do you learn? What’s the place curiosity has in your life?
  • What’s different when you explore the world through curiosity? What’s different?
  • Let’s imagine for a moment that you embrace curiosity to learn, how life looks like?

Please stay at home, take a deep breath, keep yourself safe, and remember that:

We are incredibly better together, today more than ever!





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