Judy Jablon, Nichole Parks, Laura Ensler
When we activate curiosity, we are more willing to take risks, experiment, and try things out. A curious and open mind invites learning. When adults adopt curiosity, they invite children to join them in discovery and exploration.
Activating curiosity can be difficult even in “regular” times. It might require letting go of our current agenda, facing the unknown, or choosing to try an untested approach. In challenging times, it can seem even harder– if not impossible. In this webinar, we explore what it means to activate curiosity for oneself, with others, and in a group, and how to think about it as a daily practice.