What do you do when you have everything you were ever supposed to want and then discover that none of it is making you happy? In this episode, Jodi and Adina speak with Henry Yampolsky, an immigrant from the Ukraine, who came to America and set out to fulfill the American Dream…
Curiosity is the key that opens our heart to connection and our mind to infinite possibilities.
Cultivate your Curiosity
Tune in weekly for a dose of positive and productive curiosity!
The human mind was designed to be curious. Just be in the presence of any small child and you know that questions are how we learn, grow and make meaning of the world. But not all questions are created equally and not all questions lead to the same result.
- Some questions make us feel stuck while others open the doors to possibilities
- Some questions are rhetorical (the answer is assumed) and others are genuinely curious
- Some questions shut-down dialogue while others invite healthy communication
- Some questions disempower while other empower
- Some questions generate fear while others stimulate openness
Understanding the nature of questions and how they work – and learning to ask Productively Curious questions – can have a transformative effect on the quality of our lives, the strength and intimacy in our relationships, and the effectiveness of our leadership. So tune in weekly to for a healthy dose of positive and productive curiosity!
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