Building our curiosity muscle is essential because it will aid in the efficiency of leadership, enables continual learning, and because it’s a sought after skill by employers. Like any muscle, to strengthen it, you must activate and exercise it. You can strengthen your curiosity muscle by ditching excuses, finding the right angle, changing up your routine, experimenting, and shifting your focus once you become uninterested. Curiosity is a skill that is useful in every context, whether it be in the workplace or in the lives of your loved ones. It shows interests, prompts discovery, and finally, leaves all involved parties changed in some form or fashion — all by way of a simple question of who, what, when, where, why, or how.