Issue 128 - 01 | Six Kinds of Curiosity: And How You Can Use Them to Change Your LifeBy Brian Grazer & Charles Fishman
Published April 15, 2015 8:00 a.m.
Curiosity is the key to understanding people’s personalities and motivations.
Curiosity is a vital storytelling tool—and storytelling is the best way to engage and persuade other people, in your work life and your personal life.
Curiosity is a fantastic source of courage.
Curiosity is the best, most under-used management tool—a great way to create engagement in your fellow works, but also a great way to transmit values and priorities.
Curiosity is the spark for creativity and innovation, the best long-term investment you can make.
Curiosity is the best way to stay connected to those who are most important to you.
Curiosity, in fact, turns out to be a quiet superpower that all of us have. You don’t need an Ivy League education to use it, you don’t need a high-speed Internet connection.
What’s curiosity done for you lately? We’re betting it hasn’t done enough.”
About Brian Grazer & Charles Fishman | Brian Grazer is the Oscar-winning producer of such movies and TV shows as A Beautiful Mind, Apollo 13, 8 Mile, Arrested Development, and Empire. Charles Fishman is a journalist and New York Times bestselling author of The Big Thirst and The Wal-Mart Effect.