You can be analytical and curious as the same time. And yet, the impact of your analysis is amplified by curisoity (rather than the other way around!). Curiosity requires a state of open observation.  This trait, which spans from explorers to scientists, social progressive movements to toddlers, requires practice and organization. Leaders who use curiosity consciously are often named as big contributors to teams. Curiosity as a SHARED discipline creates forward moving results. COL Stamp, Commander of Lakenheath Medical Hospital in the UK, discusses how he nurtures his own and his team’s curiousity. Together, he and Krystal offer guidelines on how to start being and “doing” more curious.