Sipping cocktails with Jennifer Felberg and sharing actionable lessons in how to cultivate curiosity and how to use applied curiosity as a strategic tool for yourself, your family, and your company.
Location independence means that you can live and work from anywhere. First, you have to be curious enough to ask yourself, “What if?” Then, you have to be curious enough to sincerely answer. Today’s episode with Laura Domela and Kevin Morris explores what it takes and what’s it’s like to live a location-independent lifestyle…on a boat.
So you love fantasy roll playing games like Dungeons & Dragons? Or you have less than zero interest? Either way, in this episode with Daniel Carter, you will find insights, actionable bits, life lessons, and fun. Tune in and elevate curiosity. Plus, this is the first ACLR episode embedded with a clue to a prize. Read the show notes, listen to the episode, write your answer in the comments. Welcome to the theater of the mind.
Why is wine so mysterious, magical, and sometimes intimidating? What are the most important things to know in order to enjoy wine without pretension and avoid being ripped off? Sommelier David LeClaire gives me, a brown drink drinker, a peek into the world of wine.
This is the official guide to traveling to Japan for the relentlessly curious. It contains opportunities for unusual adventures, uncommon advice, and curiosity-fueled insights. It’s based on the latest Curiosity Quest.
Since the vast majority of what we say and do involves some attempt to influence, persuade, entice, arouse, sell, cajole, or convince, it’s critically important that we know how to do it well. Brian Ahearn reveals the art and science of effective and ethical persuasion principles. Are you shouting and posting and wondering why others just don’t get it? Do you ever try to convince anyone of anything? Tune it to learn exactly how you can do this more effectively.