Manifesto: a new idea with prescriptive notions for carrying out change.
- Manifesto 1 – Cluetrain.
- Manifesto 2 – Cult of Done.
- Manifesto 3 – Passionate Creative Worker.
- Manifesto 4 – Incomplete Manifesto for Growth.
- Manifesto oh! – Dogme 95
A Manifesto for Curiosity
Where do manifestos lead us? The ones that are directive and certain never take us to their supposed destination. The ones that are open-minded and generous and forgiving – they take us where we need to go. Destination uncertain, but worthwhile.
The easiest way to summarize my manifesto is to volunteer this: Be curious.
In my 40s I am rediscovering my curiosity, alongside my children, and just at the right time. The future belongs to the curious. I hope my kids never lose the gift.
This is a lovely way to imagine it (hat tip to the incomparable @brainpickings):
“We are all lifelong learners, from day one to twenty-thousand-and-one, and that’s why we keep exploring, wondering and discovering, yearning and learning, reaching with more than just our hands… The future belongs to the curious.”
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