In business, leadership and life curiosity and exploration are seriously under-rated.
"It may be that when we no longer know which way to go that we have come to our real journey." ~Wendell Berry
It's not unusual for us to get stuck in limited perceptions and unhelpful mindsets. Or for feelings of frustration and overwhelm to debilitate and exhaust us. Yet when we allow ourselves to just be curious about what is happening something shifts within us—freeing us to explore and see our situation or major challenges through different lens.
Question Your assumptions.
Examine your expectations.
Ask questions for which you don't have answers.
Notice, without pre-judging or critiquing, possibilities that emerge.
Then, explore with increased curiosity several possibilities to discover pathways leading in the direction of solutions you seek.
What people think of as the moment of discovery is really the Discovery of the Question. ~Jonas Salk
So go the distance with an enriched sense of adventure. Let your discoveries reveal useful in-depth questions and unexpected options—empowering you to experience your real journey.