Judgement and Curiosity

One of my heroes, Howard Brinton, often says, “get out of judgement and into curiosity.”

Don’t judge the new system. Get curious about the results.

Don’t judge the book cover. Open it. Read it.

Don’t judge the song in the first 20 seconds in. Listen fully.

Your life will alway feel like it’s in rewind when judgement rules the mind.

Curiosity is the precursor of all forward progression.

So to get from point A to point B, we’ve got to start asking questions, wondering why, finding why, understanding what’s written between the lines, and reporting back.

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One thought on “Judgement and Curiosity

  1. mrsg1 says:

    Curiousity also keeps one young. There’s always something new to learn. Curiousity is one of the things I admired most about Julia Child. Although a famed cookbook author, she remained curious all of her 90+years. It kept her connected to her passion and people. Those are 2 more great things about remaining curious.

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