“For people who are facing scarcity or any number of other barriers to their wellbeing and their own sense of agency, having some tools to work with, having some curiosity practices, is really helpful,” Borton noted. “That’s where RQI comes in.”
Choose to be Curious, produced at WERA in Arlington, Virginia, is dedicated to conversations that explore the nature, role, and importance of curiosity in our lives.
During their conversation, Campbell and Borton discussed the ways in which questions and curiosity can become powerful tools for people to advocate for themselves, find their voice, and deal with challenges.
Listen to the conversation at Choose to be Curious.