“A sense of curiosity is nature’s original school of education.”
~ Smiley Blanton

Don’t you think?

So ask more questions and live in curiousity. Not only will you learn new things about people and circumstances, but I’m convinced that a well placed inquiry or two helps you come off as more intelligent. It could be as simple as “That’s interesting. Tell me more.”

Curiousity opens up conversation and allows exploration of ideas, it builds trust and appreciation with the individuals involved, and develops a sense of collaboration within teams. So as you’re working hard to come up with the right answer, ask more questions of yourself and others. Use curiousity as a guide to more.

Carpe Freakin’ Diem!

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High-performers exist at every level of your organization, so what are you doing to tap into your team and unleash their energy?

When you embrace the energy habits of high-performing people you show up as a leader and strive for success in all you do. You take on bigger challenges, and better manage stress. You find ways to take care of your energy – mind, body and spirit – no matter what is coming at you. You feel great about yourself and your capabilities. What’s possible from there?

Contact Michelle to learn more about keynotes and workshops that will help you do just that.