Are you curious?

Are you curious? Avatar Posted by CatarinasWorld under Startups
From http://catarinasworld.com 718 days ago
Made Hot by: cherry93 on November 12, 2012 4:29 am
If not, you are missing out, says Steve Blank, serial entrepreneur and Stanford consulting associate professor. Curiosity is key if you want to succeed.

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Written by tcamba
715 days ago

The proof of the pudding is in the eating. I make it a point to always try new things all the time and sometimes go out of my comfort zone. Curiosity has put me into trouble most of the times but it has been responsible also for my personal growth.



Written by CatarinasWorld
714 days ago

Great and fun comment, Tcamba!



Written by tlighting7099st
717 days ago

good information



Written by RayOfficeTips
717 days ago

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Written by CatarinasWorld
717 days ago

Great that we all agree about the importance of curiosity!



Written by lyceum
717 days ago

Yes, I am a curious cat! ;) We started a company together with our classmates in the end of the 80's, calling the company for Curio. :)



Written by ShawnHessinger
718 days ago

Hi Catarina,

I've always put a great deal of stock in both creativity and curiosity...and, as Blank says, I've always believed the most creative and innovative people have a curiosity ranging far beyond their own fields. Steve Jobs' oft publicized interest in typography, for example, gave us personal computers with beautiful fonts and a totally different publishing model. Who would have expected this from a computer, often thought of before the Apple as a glorified calculator or a giant file cabinet for storing and retrieving data? There are many other examples from inside and outside entrepreneurship, but one basic principle is this: Little innovation comes from those who lack the ability to ask "what if...?" and who stay within the confines of what is standard practice for their industry or field.



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