The undeniable power of curiosity
Time management expert Julie Morgenstern examines the benefits of staying curious and being a lifelong learner. Julie discusses the positive impact hobbies can make in our lives.
[MUSIC PLAYING] Curiosity is a very energizing kind of secret to full engagement in the world.
If we're curious, we are always learning. We're looking to learn. We're taking in new information.
We're stimulated. You get out of boredom. Nothing is complacent. It's like, there's endless amounts of things to learn.
And if we are consider ourselves lifelong learners, there's always something to get excited about. Learning is fun.
Learning is expansive. We can do things with knowledge. If you can identify the way you learn best
and then that's what you do, it's highly efficient way to take in New information,
to indulge your curiosity, and really move forward toward whatever skill set you're trying to master.
Lots of people want time to learn. Wish they had more time to learn,
more time to read, more time for hobbies, more time to do stimulating things
that kind of enrich them. The question is, does a hobby actually make the nature of all the rest of your time more
efficient or more effective? And the answer to that is 100% yes.
That the addition of a hobby into an already packed schedule actually has the effect of making
you more efficient in all the other things you're doing. Science has proven that studies have proven that.
So find the thing that brings you joy. [AUDIO LOGO]
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