Curiosity killed the cat, maybe but lack of curiosity simply cost more

Since I was a little girl I was curious about everything and always ask many questions, I just couldn’t take things that people told me as is. Over the years I learnt that the older people get they tend to be more cautious and they lose that naivety and sense of exploration.

Recently I was challenged to explore new ways of reducing cost without compromising on the look and feel or service level. By utilising my sense of curiosity and asking the right questions I was able to dig beneath the surface. This led to exploring new solutions with broader teams. The outcome was above expectation with the embracement of innovative ideas.

Curiosity associated with all aspects of human development, which derives the process of learning and desire to acquire knowledge and skills.

Therefore, I believe that curiosity didn’t kill the cat – curiosity killed the cost.

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