Curiosity killed the cat. At least, that’s what we’ve been told. That’s the story we’ve been raised to accept. We’ve been collectively trained to remain within the confines of our comfort zones and avoid the dangers of the unknown.
We need a new paradigm.
To create a world in which innovation and cooperation are possible, we need to have the courage to dig deeper; we need to be willing to ask the tough questions; we need to embrace a posture of curiosity.
Welcome to the curious life…
The Curiosity Manifesto: A Call to Live the Curious Life is a book about learning new things and keeping an open mind.
I use a combination of academic research, historical narrative, and personal anecdotes to provoke readers to become more curious about their world.
You can download the manifesto for free by clicking the image below or by following this link:
I also made an audio recording of the book: you can download the audiobook here.
Also, check out my Interactive References here–an extensive list of all the sources I use in the book and links to where you can explore them further yourself.
Finally, if you find the message in my manifesto compelling, please share it. I’m just trying to create a more curious world, and I can use all the help I can get.