When you’re setting big, audacious goals, you first need to ask yourself some big questions: What do you want out of life? How will you make an impact on the world?
Seth Goldenberg is the author of Radical Curiosity, where he shares a practice that he believes will lead to incredible transformations in your life. The problem is that most of us have been taught to stop being curious. To stop asking questions, and to just do what’s expected. But you can’t live an outstanding life while doing things the way they’ve always been done.
We have an interesting conversation about what it means to be curious, how to ask big questions, and how those questions can inform the direction and impact of your business.
If you want to open up your curiosity, pick up a copy of Radical Curiosity today.
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We talk about:
- Breaking the norms by asking dangerous questions
- Why we need to second-guess “business as usual”
- Tools for developing more curiosity
- What holds people back from being curious and asking questions
- Considering the context of time and when we are ready for certain ideas
- Why systems thinking will be a requirement for future leaders
- How radical curiosity can change you
Links & Tools from This Episode
- Read: Radical Curiosity
- Free Resources
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