Welcome back to Applied Curiosity Lab Radio. In this episode of ACLR we chomp on the Curiosity Bite that explores life skills that are extremely useful but rarely taught.

What can you do that others can’t do? What have you been meaning to learn?

How do you measure whether you’ve mastered a life skill?

Discuss, debate, and dissect with us!

The lens is – and always will be – curiosity. Each week, fun informal conversations center around one delectable Curiosity Bite designed to give your brain the time and ideas to think about thinking, to flex your curiosity muscle… and maybe even… revolutionize the way you think.

This week’s Curiosity Bite:

 

What Life Skills are Extremely Useful but Rarely Taught? 

 

In this episode…Curious Questions asked and answered

Can you change a tire? Use a fire extinguisher? Survive in a riptide? Read an operating statement?

Are etiquette and manners life skills?

When did you learn to use chopsticks?

How do you measure empathy?

How do you measure critical thinking?

How do you measure decision making skills?

How would you measure problem solving?

How would you measure effective communication?

References

How to undo a ‘send’ in Gmail

Completing a huge “Over the Top” Rubik’s cube

Moral Foundation Theory

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Special thanks to Carliss. Thanks for sharing Curiosity Bites research and ideas. Thanks for joining us this week. Until next time!