As we focus this month on how to activate your curiosity, I’m excited to spotlight Mat Goldberg!
He’s an expat teacher in South Korea on a Fulbright grant teaching English. Mat’s experience living and traveling abroad, combined with his innate curiosity and love of exploration, provides a unique perspective on how to use curiosity as fuel for your life!
In this Spotlight, Mat shares how…
- To dive into the heart of curiosity with
- You can identify limiting beliefs and actions that block curiosity
- To find the excitement in ambiguity
- Curiosity happens we challenge our assumptions
What Makes Mat Curious
- Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
- The List Serve
- Brain Pickings
- TED Talk: Everyday Leadership by Drew Dudley
- TED Talk: The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer
More About Mat
Mat Goldberg has lived and worked in South Korea on a Fulbright grant teaching English for last three years. In addition to teaching, Mat worked as an orientation coordinator helping to prepare new Korea grantees and served as the co-Director of KBI (Korea Bridge Initiative).
Mat graduated from Elon University in 2014 At Elon, he was actively involved in the community and on campus. He worked in the Center for Leadership and interning at the IRC, a local homeless day center.
Mat plans to return to the United States this August and hopes to pursue his MSW and use leadership education as a positive intervention for disadvantaged youth.Mat one day dreams of opening up a game board cafe.
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