I was recently asked this question and here is my answer:

Curiosity is an end in itself so it may be more helpful to think of it more like a journey than a destination.

What tends to happen is that as we become more curious as we go about our daily business, we tend to notice more about:

  • The world around us – the buildings, trees, flowers, birds…
  • The people around us – the looks on their faces, the words they use, the subtle pauses…

The more we notice, the more questions that pop up.

The more questions that pop up, the more we learn about ourselves and the world.

This opens the door to greater possibility and opportunity, all from just being a little more curious.