Einstein said that if he had an hour to solve a problem, he’d spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking of solutions. But in a fast-paced media worked, how can you ﬁnd the time to be more curious without leaping straight to the answer?
Can you be more curious about your work, and not impact the deadline-driven world you work in? Is curiosity a skill that can be developed? How can curiosity help get you promoted?
Curiosity is the true engine room of creative solution development. Without it, it’s hard to explore the areas that get to true innovation.
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