The CIRCLEX is driven by 9 core values and one of the foundational value is ‘CURIOSITY’. We believe that Exponential Excellence is attained by willingness to follow our curiosity. It is the essence of human existence and excellence.
CURIOSITY means a strong desire to know or learn something. The natural curiosity led us to ask more questions. It is a desire to know and understand more about things or how things work; inquisitiveness. An inquisitive person is intellectually seeker, eager for new knowledge and likes to inquire, research and ask questions.
Curiosity is all about learning what we do not (yet) know. Curiosity is a familiar feeling among people. But as soon as we scrutinize that feeling, curiosity reveals itself to be a complex emotion with the object of curiosity’s desire is information.
I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.
Curiosity is more important than knowledge.
The important thing is not to stop Questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.
What is Importance of curiosity?
It makes your mind active instead of passive. Curious people always ask questions and search for answers. Their minds are always active and the mental exercise caused by curiosity makes the mind stronger.
How does curiosity lead to success?
Curiosity pushes people toward uncertainty zone and allows them to approach experimentation with a positive attitude. Curiosity hence leads to creativity and discoveries. It also helps you develop meaningful relationships that enrich your personal and professional life.
What are the attributes of curiosity?
According to Ben Dean, Ph. D., curious folks are often above-average listeners and conversationalists. Being a great listener and conversationalist goes a long way. Curious people focus on the person they’re connecting with and talk about what they’re interested in, struggling with and aspiring to.
Technically, curiosity recruits the reward system, and interactions between the reward system and the hippocampus seem to put the brain in a state in which we are more likely to learn and retain information, even if that information is not of particular interest or importance.
CURIOSITY CANNOT BE TAUGHT, BUT IT CAN BE ILLUMINATED AND NURTURED.
Curiosity is frequently the engine that drives learning and achievement.