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In her newsletter, Shannon Tipton invited us to think deeply about how we do make curiosity a practice:

“Curiosity is time spent listening to the people in your business and being mindful of your surroundings. It’s taking time to

What caught my attention of week 48 of 2020.

Habits of mind to navigate uncertainty by Sonja Blignaut

  1. Cultivate curiosity and openness. Use systems thinking.
  2. Embrace the messy environments for creativity.
  3. Learn to discern time and timing.

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Why

Harold Jarche shares in his blog post:

“It is easy to remember Seek > Sense > Share. From there, more detailed representations can be developed, based on experience and reflection, where the core framework is not dependent on me.

“You must be shapeless, formless, like water. When you pour water in a cup, it becomes the cup. When you pour water in a bottle, it becomes the bottle. When you pour water in a teapot, it becomes the teapot.

“An exhibition is an argument, but conveyed differently, through objects and with much less text. It’s a very different endeavor, and very useful.” — Kristel Smentek, MIT Associate Professor

An exhibition is an interactive experience to cultivate my curiosity through …