What Are You Curious About?

Children are always curious about everything. When they are curious, they will explore and discover the answer.

We, parents often take safety steps for our kids. Too much of  NOs can kill curiosity in children, and we wonder why they are not creative.

However, as we grow up, we shut down our curiosity. Now, we yearn to be creative again.

One big question that can open up to your self-discovery is “What are you curious about?”

Are you curious about yourself?

Are you curious if you can look different from how you look today. 🙂 Are you curious if you can be more confident. The list of possibilities of What Ifs is endless. 💡 You can improve your well-being and discover more of your potentials and hidden talents to make a difference for your life.

Are you curious about your future?

Are you curious if you can change your career? Are you curious if you can live in a different place? Transition or transformation often scares people, so they decide to hold on their security and conformity.

Having curiosity opens our mind to seeking the answers and solution. It is most likely that we can become creative of finding solutions that we seek.

But, what makes you stop your curiosity?

Fear, self-doubt, worries and all negative self-talk prevent us to take actions of our curiosity. Hence, emotions play roles in nurturing our curiosity.

Just imagine if you have all the positive emotions, will you be able to think specific outcome that you want and start mapping your plan?

With curiosity and positive emotions, will you be able to make a bold step?

and the last weapon you need to have, it’s called YOUR GUTS.

Have the courage to pursue of what you are curious about.

Just remember if you are afraid to lose, you will not gain. 😉



 

Viviana

Hello, I'm Viviana, working with small business owners to provide solutions in building their business online. I believe that you have amazing potentials to discover. Start believing yourself to create the perfect lifestyle in life and business you want to have.

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