The power of curiosity and asking questions

Most three year olds are known for their curiosity, their thirst for knowledge, their constant asking , ‘ What is that? Why? How does that work?’.

 As we get older questions are not encouraged as much and they are often viewed as a sign of weakness, due to a lack of comprehension.

What happens if we never stop asking questions? Never stop seeking investigating and let curiosity lead our learning?

Have a look at some of the examples below:

Hasmita Chavda

Hasmita

Client Services Director

IRIANS- The Neuroscience Institute

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