Is Curiosity More Significant Than Talent?

Early in life I discovered the power of curiosity, and I’ve been incredibly curious ever since. I’ve always been fascinated at what’s over the next hill or around the corner up ahead. As my career unfolded, that curiosity was the driving force behind my filming in more than 50 countries around the world. In fact, looking at history, it’s amazing the number of inventions and ideas that were developed that were largely driven by curiosity. Even physicist Albert Einstein said, “I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.”

Stop worrying that you’re not talented enough, creative enough, gifted enough. Unleash your curiosity and let it lead you.

You’ll be surprised at the places you’ll go…..


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  1. I like this Phil. I find too many people are “talent led” rather than “passion led.’ I wanted to be a professional baseball player. I had talent when i was younger, but as I grew older I also realized I had a passion for something else…being a pastor. Not much talent to start with, but lots of passion. I’d like to think I have some “talent” now (LOL) but I can say I have the passion.

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