That being said; curiosity is a natural behaviour in every person’s life, everyone can be a curious person but not everyone can be inquisitive.
Curiosity is good when it has its limit but when curiosity develops to being inquisitive, there could be a problem but it is not as bad as being too inquisitive.
Curiosity is bad when the mind progresses from being curious to being too inquisitive. At this point, the mind is out of control due to the strong urge, drive, hunger, crave to know more about something.
Being too inquisitive as a person deals with the inability to control the human mind, leading to anxiety, being anxious, eagerness to know more about something that is already being known.
As a person, I was so bad at being curious about something, I let my mind take control over me and I became too inquisitive while I failed to control my mind toward the endless drive for knowledge.
Though, being curious as a person made me know a lot of things because I kept wondering why things happen, it was in the process I became inquisitive to know everything by asking questions, later do I realise that I became so inquisitive to knowing. This way a bad way of life.
I later realise that being too inquisitive as a person has made me so curious about everything. My problem was not that I was curious but that I have become too inquisitive.
Curiosity can be so bad when a person is too inquisitive, busy asking too many questions while distracting and disturbing the peace of others. When a person is too inquisitive it makes curiosity look bad.
However, there are great values in being curious as it is important for learning. Curiosity can easily make learning easier and more effective, it also helps in business growth. But when a person is being too curious or too intransitive it can be bad.
Curiosity can be so bad when a person becomes too inquisitive, this can result in Incompetence, Loss of confidence, Distraction, Embarrassment and many more.
Incompetence : Curiosity can be so bad that it could lead to people believing you are not competent enough to handle a situation, as they feel your anxiousness to know more about something rather than fixing it.
Loss of confidence: For a person who is too inquisitive, curiosity can be so bad that it may make people lose confidence in you. Most especially as a leader. A leader can be curious but must not be too inquisitive to know everything.
Distraction: Being too curious or too inquisitive can be so bad that it could easily lead to distraction, getting a person carried away from things they plan for while doing the opposite. When a curious person gets too inquisitive, they can easily be misled.
Embarrassment: Being so inquisitive as a result of curiosity is bad, as it can lead to disgrace. Sometime when we ask too much or try to know too much by asking, people may see us as a fool or a talker who talks too much. They may end up seaning us.