Fairly recently, I got a book for my 4-year-old son about Albert Einstein. It's a great book-geared towards younger kids. Throughout the book, the theme of curiosity comes up again and again. Obviously, it helps to be a genius and curious (as Einstein certainly was), but for all of us-curiosity and interest in our environments has significant benefits. The following article talks about what these benefits are and how curiosity actually impacts our brain functioning. The great thing about curiosity (the best thing I think) is that you can't outgrow it. You can train yourself to be curious throughout your life, reaping its benefits forever. Check out the article and then let me know what you think. Comment below, tweet me @fpschDrSweeney, or contact me directly. Enjoy!