How to Be Curious

How to Be Curious

By Kai Lovel
I'm always curious about something - I think everyone is. In the past year or so, I've been becoming more aware of those day-to-day sparks of interest and seeing where they take me. In my new podcast, I follow those curiosities and talk to experts, mentors, advocates, leaders, and friends about them along the way. After all, following your curiosities has never been so easy...
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Wheelchairs for Kids
In this episode, I get curious about the incredible work retired teacher Bob Sheridan is doing to mobilise children in third world countries. To explore that curiosity, I spoke to him about why he was first curious about the cause, and how his team worked their way towards a solution. 
22:52
February 11, 2020
The Australian Bushfire Crisis
In this episode, I get curious about the devastating bushfires that have destroyed many a home, and many a habitat. To explore that curiosity, I look towards the relief efforts (and how I can help), as well as the other side to any disaster - the protests, the politics and the problems. For information on where to donate, head to kailovel.com/bushfires.
13:12
January 15, 2020
The Electric Future of Rideshare
In this episode, I get curious about electric vehicles and the new wave of rideshare tech. To explore that curiosity, I had a conversation with the founder of electric vehicle rideshare ZZAP, Pred Zdravkovic, about the work we're doing in the Perth transport space - and what better place to do it than while driving in his Tesla Model S.
28:12
December 24, 2019
Press Freedom in Australia
In this shorter episode, I got curious about media freedom, exploring the recent "Your Right to Know" coalition campaign. To explore that curiosity, I had a look back to not only the media raids earlier this year, but the history of government opression of the media as long ago as the cold war.
09:55
December 3, 2019
The Fear of Public Speaking
In my first episode, I get curious about those nerves I feel whenever I deliver talks & presentations. To explore that curiosity, I had a conversation with my mentor and good friend, Shil Shanghavi, a public speaking specialist and the founder of Chatterbox Public Speaking, about the fear of presenting - whether it's in front of a handful of people, or on the world stage.
20:44
November 20, 2019