Cracking the Curiosity Code

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The Key to Unlocking Human Potential

Curiosity is one of the most analyzed, discussed, and written about topics in the study of human behavior. We have learned that it is innate from birth, as illustrated by the phrase, childlike curiosity. We have learned that it is essential to the survival of the entire animal kingdom. We have learned that the most successful leaders and entrepreneurs attribute their success to sustaining their childlike curiosity, while many people’s sense of curiosity tends to wane or deteriorate as they age. For the longest time, we attributed that diminished state of curiosity to the aging process itself. But studies have shown that is not the case.

Why do we lose our childlike curiosity? What are the causes; and what are the consequences? Most importantly, how do we get it back? That is the essence of this book.

Complete with the latest research, interviews with top leaders and entrepreneurs, and analysis, the author presents her case that, our fears, our assumptions, technology, and our environment, are the major factors that contribute to our diminished curiosity. Those causes, which she has reduced to the acronym, F. A. T. E., are examined, with the means for the reader to measure each, and take the necessary action to regain their childlike curiosity.

Learn How to Get it Back

Scientific studies have demonstrated that success in the workplace and living as a healthy human being are heavily dependent on curiosity. But many people tend to lose their curiosity. Cracking the Curiosity Code helps the reader determine what causes their lack of curiosity, and how to get it back.

From the creator of ground-breaking Curiosity Code Index (CCI) assessment, Cracking the Curiosity Code helps the reader determine what impacts curiosity, and how to develop it to become more engaged, innovative, productive, and live a more fulfilling life.  Diane Hamilton, Ph.D. has decades of experience researching emotional intelligence, curiosity, and other behavioral issues that impact performance in the workplace.  She is a nationally syndicated radio show host, speaker, consultant, and the author of It’s Not You, It’s Your Personality.

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As a bonus, please accept this bonus exercise to help you develop the four areas that hold people back from exploring their natural sense of curiosity.  How do we overcome the things that hold us back from developing our natural curiosity?  In this guide I have outlined some key factors that hold our curiosity hostage and have outlined actionable steps to start overcoming those barriers. It is time to start utilizing and developing your curiosity and grow your career in the process!

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