Curiosity Killed the Cat

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]And it will kill you, too.
Millions of people are living life thinking about “what if?” They’re wondering how things could have been different.
They’re curious about that path they never took.
They’re living lives of quiet regret.
This is what happens when you only stay curious about something.
Too many people never exercise their curiosity. They never take action to find out how things could be different; they only think about it. They choose to daydream about an imaginary future where things are better. This serves to make them more discontent & unhappy with where they are now.
Even if where they are is pretty damn good.
Few people know there’s a second part to that saying:

And satisfaction brought him back.

Find a way to test things out. Curious about turning your hobby into your full-time job? Start a side hustle. Thinking about quitting your 9-5 to travel the world? Go on a mini vacation and test drive your theory.
Human beings are remarkably bad at predicting what will make them happy. Lottery winners are usually more miserable 6 months later than they were before buying that ticket.
Putting your curiosity into action in micro-doses will help you understand whether or not that imaginary future will actually make you happy, or not.
You’ll have the satisfaction of first-hand experience to make better & better choices.
What is it you’ve been curious about, but always thought it was beyond your reach?
What are you curious about that’s slowly killing you?
Don’t let it take control. Use your curiosity to guide your choices so you can move forward with the satisfaction of knowing for sure what will make you happy.
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