Curious kids fare better in their careers and life, and so do curious adults. But, somehow, as we grow older our curious nature begins to wane. This happens for a variety of reasons, and new research suggests that intellectual curiosity has a huge effect on performance and success. When put together, curiosity and innovation account for success even more than intelligence. Curiosity has been linked to a wide range of important adaptive behaviors including positive emotions and out-of-box thinking, attributes associated with thriving in life. In this episode we will discuss ways in which you can develop your curiosity, so that you can rekindle that childlike curiosity, and reach new heights of success.

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