House Hunters, Curiosity, … and the Future of Work?
Fine. I admit it. I really like the HGTV ‘reality show’ House Hunters. Whatever. Judge me all you will.
I. Don’t. Care.
Let’s be honest, you probably don’t care either, except it’s the unfortunate backdrop to this week’s post.
One of the reasons something like Lunch Roulette appeals to me is because I’m curious. I get to meet random people, chat with them and, inevitably something of mutual interest will come up. I’ve discovered this is helped along, immeasurably, by actively listening, and then thinking about how what the person has told me ‘sits’ with the things I am interested in and looking to more fully explore.
I reckon being curious is a good part of being engaged just generally but that’s quite a bold conjecture that I haven’t formally explored. Hey ho, I am getting off topic.
So, I hear you squeak, how do these two themes of reality place-based television and curiosity
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