Can we be curious instead of judgemental ?

By Julie Cusmariu – April 30, 2018

Curiosity is not to be underestimated.

Thanks to all children who model this so well.

May you wonder today. May you inquire with a beginner’s mind, about yourself and the other.

Tanya M. Odom pointed out in our recent podcast conversation (around diversity and inclusion) that now there is all this research indicating that:

“Curiosity helps to mitigate bias.”
“Curiosity is one of the attributes of an inclusive leader.”
“Curiosity helps us model civil conversation.”

And finally Tanya accurately says, and we all know, that “kids posses this innately.”
Right ?
Right on.

May you nurture this curiosity in the children around you and in yourself.

Thanks Tanya M. Odom. Be sure to check out Tanya on twitter and Facebook.
And thanks everyone for tuning in.

For the full and impactful conversation with Tanya M. Odom, on Julie in Conversation, #motherhood, #LetsCreateAVillage, listen here
#diversity #inclusion #mindfulness #humanity

Julie Cusmariu is a certified life coach, certified mentor coach, and intuitive consultant. She helps leaders and creative individuals trust their intuition and use their voice to create positive change, gain clarity, and lead with meaning and purpose. Julie is the host, creator, and producer of ‘Julie in Conversation’ a weekly live podcast with expert guests inspiring personal and collective change.
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