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Researchers need curiosity

I've been reading this post and made think twice about what are the skills needed to be an analyst include writing, public speaking, interacting with clients, listening, clear thinking (analysis) etc. . . . and those can all be taught. But more important than all of those is curiosity (Somebody disagree with Mr. Rubel?. And it can't be taught (at least not to adults already set in their ways.) Luckily, for analysts, attempting to satisfy one's curiosity IS the job. Yes, it's a great job.

The other unteachable skill analysts need: courage.

We're researchers. Other researchers (medical, scientists, sociologists, etc.) need curiousity too. Are you one of them? Do you need your curiosity in order to keep up with the blogging business and make your ranking grow?

The cure for boredom is curiosity; alas, there is no cure for curiosity.

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  1. I think curiosity is what drives some researchers to do research on something on the first place. If they are not curios in nature, they will certainly lack ideas on what to research about.

  2. Jargon says curisity kills the cat. But in serious business curisity is a n asset. Thanks for all your comments dear readers.

  3. Curiosity may be something dangerous to some, but I believe that it's were our success lies. If we are not concerned with new things, there is no chance for us to discover new things.