The Importance Of Curiosity In Steve Jobs

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Ch 5: Agree: “Growth requires curiosity to experience both the difference and the synchrony, to explore and immerse yourself in new surroundings, to be able to contemplate your experiences and get something out of them” (p.98). Rationale: I agree that in order to grow, one requires to experience what life has available for us. Our experiences make us the person we are now. Curiosity plays an important role in learning. Curiosity is the quest for innovative ideas and knowledge. People who are curious aren’t gratified with what they already know or have figured out. They go after what they don’t know or can’t understand and that missing information can become a driving need to find out. I believe that curiosity is a source of motivation. If Steve…show more content…
Disagree: “The leaders I spoke with believed also in the importance of luck” (p.102). Rationale: I don’t believe in luck. I believe in hard working. In order to climb up the ladder a real leader works hard and not just depend on his or her luck. If Steve Jobs would have depended on his luck he would have not earned his fame and reputation like he had. Steve Jobs earned his fame because he worked hard. He didn’t have a dorm room, so he slept on the floor in friends’ rooms, he returned coke bottles for the 5¢ deposits to buy food with, and he would walk the 7 miles across town every Sunday night to get one good meal a week at the Hare Krishna temple. This is what a leader needs; hard work. The concept I like is that “the real role of the leader is to figure out how you make diverse people and elements work together (p.100). California is a melting pot of cultures. Especially the nursing field consists of people from different cultural backgrounds. We all hold different beliefs and sometimes what seems appropriate in one culture may appear disrespectful in another

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