‘Always Be Curious’

 

Curiosity

 

Most people have heard of A.B.C or Always Be Closing – the iconic mantra made famous from David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross – which describes a sales strategy where the focus is always on looking for new prospects or on closing existing prospects, and infers that ‘closing the deal’ is the only thing that matters.

I’d like to suggest that a better approach – for life and work – is ‘Always Be Curious’.

Why curiosity?

Curiosity, or the strong desire to learn or know something, originates from the Latin word ‘curiosus’ – eager to know, inquisitive. Continue reading