A new theory based on some old research is that our drive to figure things out can be as addictive as doing drugs. If you’ve ever had to deal with a complex problem and found the solution you know that particular feeling of success.
it turns out that our brains react to learning new things . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Curiosity (and art) is Addictive
In this talk from a 2012 TEDx conference at the University of Florida, Morris Morrison talks about the subjective nature of what it means to be successful, drawing on his life story to show how even in the bleakest circumstances we can count on our instincts and curiosity to guide us to safety. Morrison challenges . . . → Read More: 350 or bust: TED Talk Tuesday: Follow Your Curiosity