Always Asking ‘Why?’: The Childish Trait That Marks a True Leaderkinley
Intellectual curiosity is a vital piece of the happiness and leadership puzzle. And while professionals tend to focus on tasks to “advance their careers,” this practice is about more money, a bigger title or climbing the corporate ladder. It’s about invigorating your mind, learning new things, being engaged and understanding how things work. It’s about applying these things to solve problems and lead others. Perhaps most important, it’s about being a better person. And from there, personal and professional success will flow … and that … is a wondrous thing.
By: Julie Brush