Be curious. In whatever it is that you do, ask questions. Ask what happens if you do this or if you do that. Ask how. Ask why.
When you see something you’re unsure of, be curious. Tinker with ways on how you can get to the answer. Don’t let a simple thing such as “I don’t know what to do next” or “This wasn’t what was shown to me” stop you on your tracks.
If you encounter a problem, be curious. Try to solve it or provide solutions to the problem. Suggest. Initiate
Be uneasy with unsolved and unfinished things. Be uncomfortable with waiting for someone to give you answers.
Be always curious. Curiosity did not kill the cat. Curiosity leads to taking action, to making mistakes, to learning, to critical thinking.
Exercise your mind. Use it. Don’t let it rot. Despise spoon-feeding.
You are a person. You can think for yourself.