Curiosity

I have the curse of being interested in many different things at the same time. I say a curse because even though I acknowledge that the world is fascinating, I can’t double down and do one thing for a prolonged period of time.

However, the flip side of looking at this “problem” is that I have a lot of interests. Having a lot of interest stems from trying to make sense of the world and communities around me, simply put, curiosity. I’ve always been curious but never put curiosity to work, and even though I haven’t fully accomplished what I want with my curiosity, I’m starting to pick out what I do like and what I don’t enjoy.

I enjoy learning about humans and the decisions that we make in different areas of life. I enjoy understanding why self-empowerment is so rewarding to personal freedom and accomplishment, yet incredibly hard to achieve. I enjoy discovering how humans with all their uniqueness allow for their identities to manifest into politics, organization and other entities. I’m interested in understanding consensus, but also question how consensus can lead us down the wrong path. I want to manifest these interests in several avenues including technology, building tools and businesses, discussions around culture, and improving our way of life that respects individuals and their freedom.

“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” – Albert Einstein

What are your interests?

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