The Power of Curiosity

The force behind innovation, learning and change.

Leonardo Da Vinci: The Power of Observation

The force that triggers curiosity, creativity and uniqueness.

Da Vinci was never ashamed of his curiosity or uniqueness. He typically operated in a child-like fantasy world allowing his mind to drift wherever it wanted it to go. He was flamboyant, authentic, and unabashedly alternative. He was secure and self-assured and completely absorbed in his greater purpose. Not money, but safety, appreciation, and freedom to explore were his priorities in selecting his work. Da Vinci didn’t create for others, he created to satisfy his insatiable intellectual appetite.

Da Vinci was never ashamed of his curiosity or uniqueness. He typically operated in a child-like fantasy world allowing his mind to drift wherever it wanted it to go. He was flamboyant, authentic, and unabashedly alternative. He was secure and self-assured and completely absorbed in his greater purpose. Not money, but safety, appreciation, and freedom to explore were his priorities in selecting his work. Da Vinci didn’t create for others, he created to satisfy his insatiable intellectual appetite.

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