The article below from The Harvard Business Review describes an ongoing "culture of curiosity" that has been created and nurtured at HopeLab. It's a great story and a wonderful testimonial for what can be done to foster creativity and innovation.
But rather a list of qualities like those mentioned in this article and others (i.e., the Four Ways, or the Top Five this, or the 10 Best that), I believe that the idea or concept that drives a culture of curiosity is the art of asking questions. Questions are the essence of curiosity. Coupled with a worldview like the Empowered Wealth Mindset, the art of asking questions can drive innovation and positive contribution for individuals, families, and organizations.
Four Ways to Cultivate a Culture of Curiosity
Innovation lessons from a video game non-profit.
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