A Curiosity-Based Thinking approach to freaking you out for Friday the 13th
Enjoy these "what ifs...?" and Thursday facts to make your Thursday even better than your Thursday!
What if on Friday the 13th, all the world's chickens suddenly grew to the size of elephants?
What if on Friday the 13th, all the world's elevators suddenly became haunted by ghosts?
What if on Friday the 13th, all the world's streetlights turned into a giant, dancing robots?
What if on Friday the 13th, time stood still and people were trapped in a never-ending loop of the day?
What if on Friday the 13th, all electronic devices malfunctioned and sent terrifying messages to their users?
What if on Friday the 13th, all the mirrors in the world showed a different reality?
What if on Friday the 13th, all the world's oceans suddenly disappeared, revealing ancient and terrifying creatures?
What if on Friday the 13th, the ground opened up and revealed a network of underground tunnels filled with clowns?
What if on Friday the 13th, all the world's cheese suddenly turned into a giant monster and started attacking cities?
What if on Friday the 13th, all the world's cats suddenly became giant, fire-breathing beasts?
Embracing a Curiosity-Based Thinking approach means approaching potentially intimidating experiences with an open mind and a desire to learn and understand more about them, rather than automatically reacting with fear or avoidance.
This approach can help individuals and organizations develop a culture of curiosity by encouraging them to question their assumptions and explore new ideas and perspectives.
By doing this, they can transform their perspectives on intimidating experiences like Friday the 13th and other potentially daunting experiences, and turn them into opportunities for growth, learning, and creating a culture of curiosity within individuals and organizations.
Simple Curiosity-Based Thinking activities like this can also foster a more creative and innovative environment, where people are more willing to take risks, and be more open to new ideas and perspectives. In this way, Embracing a Curiosity-Based Thinking approach can be a powerful tool for developing a culture of curiosity and for transforming one's perspective on intimidating experiences.
Embrace a Curiosity-Based Thinking approach to develop a culture of curiosity and transform your perspective on potentially intimidating experiences, like Friday the 13th. Discover more about how this approach can help you cultivate a culture of curiosity in your personal and professional life, by visiting What If Curiosity.
Curious why more curiosity is great for whatever you are doing?
Curiosity can be so many things, it is easy to get lost in its power and potential. To simplify things here's a quick list of just some of what we know curiosity can do. Enjoy and stay curious!
Curious people are less anxious
Curious people are less timid
Curious people are not as defensive during initial counters with strangers
Curious people have less aggressive actions to perceived triggers
Curious people have improved conflict resolution skills
Curious people have enhanced motivation to put themselves in another's shoes
Curious people have less attachment to their own ideas
Curious people have an increased interest in others' ideas
Curious people are more likely to receive social support at work
Curious people are more effective at building connections at work
Curious people are more effective at building trust at work
Curious people are more committed to their teams at work
Be sure to follow along with What If Curiosity as I will dive deeper with more specific examples and actions for how you can take a Curiosity-Based Thinking approach to learn, get, and enjoy more out of all you do.
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