Curiosity may have killed the cat but for the most part it can help you grow your world.
Here are ten reasons to encourage curiosity in yourself and others…
- It makes life more interesting and that attractive!
- It encourages life-long learning.
- It sets a good example for your kids, staff and others.
- It will help you understand things/people that perplex you.
- It’s a great way to reduce judgement and increase understanding.
- It helps reduce boredom.
- It can be really fun.
- It could lead you down new paths.
- It challenges what you believe to be true.
- It stretches your mind.
What can you do to encourage curiosity in yourself and others this week?
My guests Wendy Paris author of Splitopia and soon to be author, Dan Wischnewski shared their insights, check it out 🙂
Stephanie Staples, CSP* is the author of When Enlightening Strikes – Creating a Mindset for Uncommon Success, an internationally acclaimed motivational speaker, and the recipient of the 2014 Manitoba Woman Entrepreneur Award for Contributions to Community. Stephanie empowers audiences & clients across North America to bring their ‘A’ game to work and to life. Stephanie has a special interest in working with and empowering nurses and healthcare providers. She happily calls Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada home. You can get loads of complimentary resources to help with issues such as work/life balance, wellness, stress management and happiness in general, as well as find out more information about her coaching and speaking services at http://www.YourLifeUnlimited.ca.
* Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), conferred by the National Speakers Association is the speaking profession’s international measure of professional platform proficiency. Less than 10 percent of speakers have earned this credential and are recognized as some of the best in their fields. Stephanie was one of only five professional speakers in Canada (and the only woman) to attain this designation in 2013.