The endless curiosity of children shouldn’t end in adulthood. But sadly, it does for most. The rush hour of life takes over, moments are overlooked, and interest in the world, lying just beyond our scope, fades. But for those who lead a curious life, like me, it’s different. When I see something new, hear a new perspective, listen to music that moves me, or taste something extraordinary I need to know more. Who makes this and how, why do you feel that way, what inspired this, and how can I learn more are just some of the questions I ask every day. This is a good thing. Because if you stop being curious and stop asking questions, you stop growing and the wonders of the world pass you by.
When you are curious, learning becomes an everlasting pursuit. When you lead a curious life, everything is possible.
In the course of my work, I face a lot of challenges. When a challenge is presented, I do the only thing I know, dig in, figure it out, and quickly move forward.