Curiosity“The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out” one of my favorite books by Richard Feynman.

Life is full of things, and the pleasure is {for me}, in finding them. How do you find new things? How do you conquer new territories? Is it possible to grow, by holding on to what we know?

In these past few weeks, I have met and been exposed to different realities, people and circumstances. I find it fascinating to observe how different the world is for each one of us. Some people believe they hold the truth, while others search for it.

Who cares what your truth is? if is only yours. What seems to make a difference in personal growth, is not your truth, is actually your curiosity. How curious are you about your life? Let me give you a series of simple questions. Take a moment to ponder on the answers and discover how much wisdom is in you and how simple it is to discover new insights.

  • What is it to live life fully?
  • What do I know about myself?
  • What’s next in my life?
  • Where do I limit myself?
  • What am I grateful for?
  • What thrills me?
  • What makes me laugh?
  • What is fun?
  • What am I unwilling to change?
  • What will it be like, if today I decide to make a difference?
  • What do I need to let go of?
  • What will it be like to do things different today?

These are questions that all Co-active® coaches like myself, live for, it is the heart of our practice. By using these simple, yet thought provoking questions, we point our clients on the right path to a balance and fulfilling life.

“In a talk that Feynman gave to an audience of scientist at the Galileo Symposium in Italy 1964. With frequent acknowledgment and references to the great work and intense anguish of Galileo, Feynman speaks on the effect of science on religion, on society, and on philosophy, and warns that it is in our capacity to doubt that will determined the future of civilization.” – From the book “The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out”

As I final thought I invite you to hesitate to believe, that the way you live today is the only way to live.

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