The old saw goes like this: Curiosity killed the cat.
Cats supposedly have nine lives; presumably, it must in be life 10 that the curiosity gets the better of them.
The best leaders I know, however, LIVE on curiosity. They understand that a mind that isn't curious, that doesn't inquire, is one that produces little and inspires even less.
Curious leaders ask themselves and others a series of questions, on continuous loop.
What are we doing?
Why are we doing it?
How well are we doing it?
How can we continually improve on our needed doings?
What should we consider adding to our doing (and what should be eliminated)?
Since most of us humans only have one life, a little curiosity goes a long way toward making it more meaningful.