Before this particular Curiosity Quest, I was aware that microdosing refers to taking small quantities of psychedelic drugs for treating health issues and enhancing human performance. Ideally, these doses are so small as to be sub-perceptual–you don’t perceive any differences in the outside world. I also knew that in the last few years microdosing has been touted
I’m not personally in a position to know whether the CIA is right about Russia hacking our election. This does not mean that I’m dismissing this as something to ignore, nor does it mean that I’m accepting this as something unexpected and unheard of.
Donald Trump was right when he said, “Nobody really knows, and hacking is very interesting.” From technical and other standpoints, he was wrong when he said, “Once they hack, if you don’t catch them in the act you’re not going to catch them.” He was wrong when he said that the CIA’s assessment was, “just another excuse” because without investigating, he can’t know this. He was right when he said, “It could be somebody sitting in a bed some place.”
I don’t know the details of this alleged hacking.
Here’s what I do know:
Have you been living curiously? At all? Enough? What does that mean? Why does it matter?
Living curiously transforms every part of your life. Does this sound like hyperbole and a bit woo woo? As a curious skeptic, this statement would seem that way to me if I didn’t know it to be undeniably true. Intellectually it will provide you with insights and ideas. It will make you smarter. Work-wise it will help you see things and make connections that others may miss. You’ll need this to be a remarkable leader. It will fill your daily life with adventure because it will help you find the mystique in the mundane. It doesn’t require huge resources. However, it will turn travel adventures into transformative experiences.
It’s a simple concept that provides immediate benefits. It will get you unstuck. Your life will be become one of fulfillment, adventure, and opportunities that would otherwise be missed.
How can we be more curious? I mean, specifically how. Do we read more books? Do we look up more stuff on our devices? Do we travel the world? Do we take greater risks or more classes? Do we taste different foods, date more people, or try new things? Sure, doing these things can make us more curious, but what if the real way to effect curiosity is different than this? What if it’s actually easier than doing these things?