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I’m always impressed when I meet curious people. They ask questions and have a true interest in how or why things are the way they are. They also learn a lot because they ask questions.

You might compare this to a young child who continually is asking “why?” or “how come?” They do not stop asking until their curiosity is satisfied.

Creativity emerges from asking questions, from inquiring why certain procedures are followed, how things work or why they do not, and in general the “why” can’t it happen.

When we ask probing questions it causes us to think and come up with answers or ideas. New thoughts and ideas are exciting because we are using our creative minds.

It is beneficial for personal growth to set time aside for creative thinking. Take a pad of paper and sit in your favorite chair, alone, and brainstorm on whatever topic you want.


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