Replace fear of the unknown with curiosity. A TEDx Talk from WSU Professor ED Baker.
Professor Baker opens by describing a world with endless possibilities. A world where the unknown is filled with positive outcomes.
Next, Ed goes on to speak about fear of the unknown and why that fear exists.
Tools Of Survival
The Professor discusses the tools of survival needed today. He contrasts technology tools of today to weapons like rocks and guns. Tools of survival from battles in the past.
He asserts that survival tools of the future will focus on the following:
Curiosity, Creativity, and Connections in Children
The presentation addresses that children are not yet afraid of many things because they have not learned to fear. As a result, they are curious and take deep interest in everything around them.
Children desire to make connections. He later states that connections are critical to innovation.
The original quote from Alan Watts:
“By replacing fear of the unknown with curiosity, we open ourselves up to an infinite stream of possibility. We can let fear rule our lives or we can become childlike with curiosity, pushing our boundaries, leaping out of our comfort zones and accepting what life puts before us.”
Overcoming Fear of the Unknown
The fear of the unknown that Professor Baker is referring to must be one of the emotions that the founder of Elite Staffing Solutions experienced before the moment he decided to create this company. Fortunately, he overcame his fear of the unknown with curiosity for what his life and his family’s lives could be. Now the world is filled with opportunities that can be achieved with curiosity, creativity, and connections.
In conclusion, you may desire a new job but you don’t want to step out of your comfort zone. Take this moment to indulge your curiosity, Call Elite Staffing Solutions for immediate Wichita job opportunities at (877) 500-0420 We promote our best employees from within and help them move to permanent employment with good performance.
Replace Fear Of The Unknown With Curiosity
Post by Mike Gamache – Creative Guy