Having a curious mind has its benefits – and its drawbacks.
You see with a curious mind and the need to know how things happen, you spend an awful amount of time investigating, trying, playing, testing, failing, researching, sometimes succeeding and always getting frustrated.
With a curious mind and the need to understand how things happen you can spend too much time in the ‘leave it to me I’ll work it out’ and perhaps not enough in the ‘hmmmm….let’s get some external help on this.’
With a curious mind and the need to grasp how things happen you can teach yourself to make it happen with the help of some friends and the wonderful world of the wide web!
With a curious mind and the need to appreciate how things happen you get that rush of ‘oh hell yeah – I did that!’
Here’s to a curious mind – the good, the bad, the ugly.
I’m pleased I have mine.