Book ‘Radical Curiosity’ by Seth Goldenberg

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Questioning Commonly Held Beliefs to Imagine Flourishing Futures

A bold manifesto arguing that the most complex challenges we face today — as individuals, businesses, and a society — require us to ask deeper questions, not seek easier answers. “With this beautifully written book, Seth Goldenberg awakens the gifts we all possess: wonder, optimism, and the fearlessness to reverse destruction.” — Bruce Vaughn, vice president of experiential creative product, Airbnb. In a world with an endless hunger for innovation, why is it so hard to create audacious change? According to thought leader Seth Goldenberg, the answer to this question stems from how we, as a society, view questions themselves. In Radical Curiosity, Goldenberg argues that because we value knowing above learning and prioritize doing over thinking, curiosity has become an endangered species…

Publisher: Crown (August 23, 2022); Pages: 352 pages; ISBN-10: 0593138171; ISBN-13: 978-0593138175; ASIN:‎ B08R5CC941

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Author’s biography: Seth Goldenberg is a designer, curator, and entrepreneur who harnesses the power of questioning to catalyze innovation and cultural change. He is the founder and CEO of Curiosity & Co., a one-of-a-kind bookstore, experience laboratory, and design-ventures studio, and the creator of the Ideas Salons, invitational thought-leader retreats that tackle the essential questions of our time. Goldenberg has led high-profile projects with clients such as Apple, American Express, the Oprah Winfrey Network, and the governor of Rhode Island. He also founded Dialog: City, the civic arts festival for the 2008 Democratic National Convention. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Wired, and Fast Company. He lives on the island of Jamestown, Rhode Island. 

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