More Than Meets The Eye: Epiphanies and Loose Ends
Curiosity Continuum
by Curiosity Continuum
1w ago
This conversation delves into the nostalgia of 80s cartoons, particularly the Transformers, and the value of revisiting childhood interests to gain a deeper understanding. It also explores the concept of epiphany and the importance of filling in gaps of knowledge to gain clarity and continuity in life ..read more
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How You Dune? A Sci-Fi Reflection
Curiosity Continuum
by Curiosity Continuum
2w ago
In this conversation, Brian and Josh discuss the science fiction epic 'Dune' and its impact on the genre. They explore the themes, characters, and world-building of the Dune universe, as well as its influence on real-world technology and creativity. The conversation delves into the appeal of science fiction and its ability to engage the imagination and inspire innovation ..read more
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ENCORE: Lessons from a Thrift Shop
Curiosity Continuum
by Curiosity Continuum
3w ago
Don't let the term "thrift" throw you. Undiscovered treasures abound in the overlooked corners of second-hand stores. Just because someone no longer places importance on something does not mean someone else finds it irresistible. And, it creates entirely new economies. What's the best thing you discovered in a thrift store ..read more
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ENCORE : Necessity of Boredom Part 2
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by Curiosity Continuum
1M ago
How does boredom affect you? How do you rest? Do the dreams you have change when you have adequate fallow mental moments? How do you solve it ..read more
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Paralysis of Choice
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by Curiosity Continuum
1M ago
In this conversation, Brian and Josh discuss the concept of the paralysis of choice, particularly in the context of streaming services and dating apps. They explore how the abundance of options can lead to indecision and a lack of commitment. They also discuss the importance of making a choice and taking the first step to overcome the paralysis of choice. The conversation highlights the need for limits and constraints to drive action and focus. Ultimately, they emphasize the significance of actively choosing and exploring different options to avoid being overwhelmed by the abundance of choices ..read more
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Encore: The Rise of the Generalist
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by Curiosity Continuum
1M ago
Many employers and schools target specific skills for jobs. But what about the people who can understand how things fit together, not just how each piece should function? This meta layer is where the Generalist lives, and they are always asking questions that makes their creativity thrive ..read more
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Encore: Real Money Monopoly
Curiosity Continuum
by Curiosity Continuum
1M ago
Monopoly money - We all know it's not real money. But, what if you played with REAL money? Listen to the recap of eventful game of Monopoly that Brian played with his children, ages 13 and 11, and how using real money changed their own gaming behavior and inspired real-life learning. Notes: Listen to the TedX talk that inspired our own curiosity: When money isn’t real: the $10,000 experiment | Adam Carroll | TEDxLondonBusinessSchool ..read more
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The Need for a Palate Cleanser
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by Curiosity Continuum
2M ago
Does the heaviness of life drag on you? How do you cope with those feelings and take a break? Brian and I (Josh) discuss this and the human need to sometimes switch modes to fully understand our life situations ..read more
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Encore: The Value of Friendship
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by Curiosity Continuum
2M ago
Why is friendship important? Do you have any lifelong friends? In today's world, friendship is even more critical in an ever increasing digital world that can be isolating from real relationships ..read more
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Encore: Why The Center Matters
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by Curiosity Continuum
2M ago
If there are edges, there's a middle. What's your center? Why is it important ..read more
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