When it comes to curiosity vs necessity – who wins? That’s the question that is being asked in this podcast episode and what we will dig into deeper.
When it comes to having curiosity, this soft skill can bring a lot of expansion in your life. Curiosity allows you to explore and figure things out. Curiosity also provides the opportunity to learn new things, and think outside of the box. When you don’t have curiosity, you aren’t as curious and when you aren’t as curious. The lack of curiosity will leave you stagnant, staying in the same situation, and prevents you from learning and taking risks. The point is we should be more curious in our careers.
This means that curiosity is something that is a good trait for you to have, and it can really be useful when it comes to your event planning career. On the other hand, there is a little thing called necessity. We find that necessity can be a big driver within our careers too. It’s important to know, that necessity is a word that’s rooted in need, and if you move jobs based off of needs without adding in curiosity, it will put you in a bind.
This episode explores curiosity vs necessity, how they interrelate, and how you can feel better about working with these two outlooks, for you to have a successful event career.
Thank you so much for listening, until next time, stay on purpose!