Radical Curiosity with Seth Goldenberg
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Seth Goldenberg is a designer, curator, and entrepreneur who harnesses the power of questioning to catalyze innovation and cultural change. He is the author of “Radical Curiosity: Questioning Commonly Held Beliefs to Imagine Flourishing Futures” which asks us to relearn how we learn, rethink what we value, and revive our youthful sense of wonder.
In this episode, we discuss first principles thinking, the power of generative storytelling, and the importance of asking unasked questions.
Recorded on 8/30/22
0:00 Getting to know Seth
6:50 “Curiosity is an endangered species”
12:00 What’s really behind “quiet quitting”?
18:20 Thinking from first principles
22:50 We are all “customers of the future”
27:44 “The birthing pains of the next era being born”
28:00 Trust walks
37:40 Generative storytelling
42:40 Where will “the fourth place” be?
46:09 Who gets to ask the questions?
51:35 Questioning your own thinking
56:08 The beginner’s mindset and finding the humor in life
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