I think curiosity could change the world.

Yup, it's a big claim.

As kids, we're bursting with curiosity.

But as we become adults ("adults"), we're trained in cutting off curiosity - focusing on the task at hand without asking "why" a million times.

This is totally necessary most of the time - to make it through the mundanities of taxes, the challenges of work, and the painful situations life springs on us without any "why".

But I think our ability to selectively turn this off - to forget everything else in the world and stop in your tracks to look at a cool snail on the ground - to toggle between adult and kid - is critical.

I think simply being curious nudges us towards more positive states & makes us better people.

That's why my coaching is driven by curiosity.