Monday 19 June 2017

Being Curious is Much Better than Being Interesting

An engaging article that discusses studies that have shown curiosity is an important social glue that brings and holds people together. 

Studies have found that people who are curious are often viewed in social encounters as more interesting and engaging, and they are more apt to reach out to a wider variety of people. In addition, being curious seems to protect people from negative social experiences, like rejection, which could lead to better connection with others over time.

As well as dealing better with rejection, curious people are also better at determining the personality traits of those they connect with.  They tend to be less aggressive, and more social.  Check out the details at the link below.