As a designer and entrepreneur, Seth Goldenberg fears that curiosity is on the verge of extinction because our modern world has been inadvertently designed to eradicate it. But that doesn’t have to be the case. In fact, re-invention is probably the most important superpower you can have in a world of rapid change. On this week’s FOMO Sapiens, Seth talks about his new book – Radical Curiosity – and explains how you can cultivate creativity in all aspects of your life to make life more interesting and more successful.
Meet our guest:
Seth Goldenberg is a designer, curator, and entrepreneur who harnesses the power of questioning to catalyze innovation and cultural change. He is the founder and CEO of Curiosity & Co., a one-of-a-kind bookstore, experience laboratory, and design-ventures studio, and the creator of the Ideas Salons, invitational thought-leader retreats that tackle the essential questions of our time. In RADICAL CURIOSITY, he argues that curiosity itself is on the verge of extinction and articulates how radical inquiry is key to challenging commonly held beliefs to imagine and build a better world.