When we are young curiosity comes naturally. We explore, we ask questions, we create, and we imagine. But as we get older the responsibilities of life tend to get in the way of our curiosity. It is important to find time to be curious, because it is curious people who shape and build the future.

It was Einstein who said, “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” Curiosity helps us to solve problems, it helps us create new technologies, it sparks innovation, and it keeps our minds sharp.

So no matter how busy life may get make sure you take the time to think outside the box, ask questions, read something new, explore, challenge the status quo, and imagine. Be passionately curious.

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