8+ quotes from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life

Quotes from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life

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“Curiosity is an effective way to disruptive thinking and innovation for us.”
― quote from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life


“Curiosity is the driving force behind every creative process and it leads to insights.”
― quote from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life


“Do we have more time to spend doing what we love the most that can boost our personal gratification despite of having such great opportunities?” ”
― quote from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life


“One of the most important things we often underestimate is exercising and growing our inner logic of curiosity that is the real pursuit of happiness.”
― quote from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life


“is curiosity that gives us exposure to unknown experiences and helps us feel joy, delight and the satisfaction of discovery.”
― quote from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life


“Internet, automobiles, trains, planes, house, diets, clothes, gadgets and toys exceeded all our basic needs. Today, we tend to go beyond and above. ”
― quote from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life


“This way, curiosity is an urge that naturally occurs and needs satisfaction in a way that we satiate our hunger. We constantly start looking to old or new interest to fulfill our urge when curiosity arises.”
― quote from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life


“we came to the point that the source of creativity is truly based on our reaction to things happen in our life.”
― quote from A Curious Mind: Foster Your Creative Potential For Better Life


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