This week’s coaching session is all about the transformative power of curiosity. In less than an hour, learn what genuine curiosity is and how to use it to your benefit.
When leaders get curious with true genuine curiosity they shift into a place of powerful responsibility. The way of the curious leader provides perks ranging from empowerment to productivity. You can improve your communication skills by learning how to ask mindful questions.
Master how to use curiosity to craft creative solutions to lingering problems and see how your energy is freed up. Question your motivations and reevaluate your agreements to gain insight into what to prioritize in both your personal and professional life so you can live with more integrity. The opportunities for growth are limitless when you master curiosity.
The curious leader takes 100% responsibility for their life without blame, shame, and guilt. They give themselves the power, knowledge, and freedom to promote healthy and sustainable change.
Explore the transformative power of curiosity and conscious leadership in this article. Discover how genuine curiosity can enhance your life, shift your mindset, and unlock your potential for growth. Learn the checklist for open, honest questions and embrace radical responsibility for personal change. Unleash the benefits of curiosity, from improved communication to supercharged problem-solving skills.
Learning the difference between facts and stories is a powerful step towards consciousness. By speaking unarguably you are able to communicate in a way that’s free of Drama! Throughout this episode, learn how to distinguish between facts and stories and how to use this framework to clear up your communication.
04:08 Responsibility is power.
04:55 How radical responsibility combats drama
09:15 How did you help create your situation?
13:27 Curiosity can free you from generational patterns.
15:38 Curiosity helps you let go of the control story
17:54 Getting curious about challenges
22:47 You are Allowed affirmation
26:51 Asking questions without an answer preference
32:44 Curiosity facilitates clarity