The Pain of Dormant Curiosity – Episode 56.5

If there is one thing that has pushed and propelled me to move forward in the direction I’ve needed over the years, it’s been my curiosity.

It’s been natural for me to wonder, investigate, ask questions, and seek answers.

To ask “Why?”

I’ve always wanted to know more than I knew. To figure out things I didn’t understand, to pursue ideas that others might not pursue.

But as I was going through my life, rocking my whole “I’m so curious vibe,” telling my team to listen to what everyone has to say… but don’t blindly trust that what they say “is the way it is”….

It turns out I was asleep at the curiosity switch myself.

And it cost me MILLIONS.

Find out how “not being curious” cost Mike millions of dollars when he sold his company… by listening to the rest of this “.5 project” on the How’d It Happen Podcast, where every Tuesday Mike shares a story that relates to his entrepreneur experience starting a business in 1992 and growing it to a $50 million company over 22 years.

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