Curiosity

The Most Important Skill at the Office Isn't Being Taught in School

Some school environments go so far as to discourage this skill.

GOBankingRates

For This Company, Maintaining a Healthy Culture Means Not Taking Itself Too Seriously

Sidebench thrives thanks to a collaborative workplace and irreverent traditions like peanut butter, jelly and Nutella days.

Why Inquisitiveness is an Inherent Trait of an Entrepreneur

Curiosity is the heart of entrepreneurship and the driving force behind new business opportunities

Sanchita Dash

11 Proven Habits of Highly Innovative People

What we call innovation is really a way of looking at the world and finding a place in the patterns where improvement is possible.

Deep Patel

How Curiosity Propelled the Entrepreneur Behind Justin's to Grow a $100 Million Brand

Justin Gold kept asking himself questions, which led to the founding of his business, new product ideas and finally a $286 million acquisition.

8 Characteristics Every Salesperson Must Have

Not every person is a born sales leader but many commonalities can be found in the personality traits of successful salespeople.

Why You Should Hire For Curiosity

Curiosity might be a liability for felines, but it is the secret sauce you've been looking for in the workplace.

William Craig

5 Ways Childlike Curiosity Can (and Should) Inspire the Entrepreneurial Mindset

Curiosity has been widely recognized and cultivated as being an essential ingredient for good leadership, sound company culture, successful team-building and personal mental health.

Rachel Hentsch

Passionate Curiosity Is the Game Changer You Seek

Curiosity is what fuels the search for new ideas and insights to fuel growth of every sort.

Stacey Alcorn

Quit Wasting Your Brain and Learn to Think for Yourself

As our culture becomes ever more cautious, employers are desperate for people who think critically and creatively.

Steve Tobak

10 Traits of Highly Creative Achievers

People who think big and work hard to create something no one else has imagined are not worried they will be misunderstood as weird or crazy.