Are you fully present in your conversations? Are you too busy thinking about other things when someone else is speaking? Or perhaps, you are listening just to make a response? Then this episode is for you. The Power of Curiosity is an explosive episode chalked full of tidbits to increase your listening and productivity skills. Kathy Taberner and Kirsten Siggins of the Institute of Curiosity are ready to push you passed your comfort zone on the Journey On Podcast.
WHAT’S IN THIS EPISODE?
- Destination overview: British Columbia
- Why you need to stop multi-tasking
- How to become curious and increase your listening skills
- Raising kids who appreciate healthy eating
- Kathy and Kirsten’s new book: The Power of Curiosity
LINKS AND RESOURCES IN THIS EPISODE
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