A key strength of Gemini is her curiosity which, in turns, boosts her ability to view complexity more creatively.
Instinctively, Gemini knows that curiosity leads to competence. Evidence supports this. The single best predictor of executive excellence is a willingness to seek new and diverse experiences.
For example, in a recent study, most low-competence managers had worked for only one company whilst the outstanding ones had worked for more than three.
Another study showed that highly curious children aged 3-11 years improved their IQ test scores by 12 points more than their less- curious counterparts. Further studies have shown that this positive link between curiosity and high grades/assessments continues well into university and beyond.
Gemini knows that it not only feels great to solve problems but that there are so many things to see and learn. Gemini also knows how important it is to keep her eyes and ears open to what’s going on around her; the information gathered is what keeps her safe from harm.
Finally, Gemini knows that curiosity leads to innovation and the fast- paced world of the 21st century, what could be better than that? Who is best-placed to benefit in such an environment?
You got it, Gemini!