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“Words are powerful. They can create or they can destroy, so choose your words wisely”

Do you ever find yourself saying “I should do this, I have to do that, I need to do this, I can’t do that, I will try to do this”? I certainly have. What we say to ourselves can have a big impact on whether we want to do the task at hand or not.

I’ve been fascinated by language ever since I attended Life Purpose Creation and other courses with Edson Williams. I remember …

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Joy brings joy…

Joy Winistörfer aka “Dr. Flippa” of the Theodora Foundation not only showed us what she does in hospitals bringing smiles to children that are there or about to go into surgery, she showed us what everyday life looks like for a Giggle Doctor, supporting children and their families through difficult times. She showed us with humour, honesty and beauty.

One of the things I am most proud of for this Curious Courses Day is that we were able to donate CHF 2’300 to their cause thanks to Curious Courses Day

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Reflections on Curious Courses Day

Christina Cain
by Christina Cain

I can’t honestly remember how I found out about the Curious Concept, but I was hooked from the get-go. What’s not to love about spending the day letting yourself embrace your curiosity? Being the foodie that I am, too, I really appreciate the smorgasbord concept of being able to have ‘tasters’ in such a wide variety of topics. Every time I see the ‘menu’ for the course day, it’s almost like I start salivating mentally, excited about what might intrigue my mental taste buds. The fact …

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10 ways to become more curious

shutterstock_188776772My son picks up an object and turns it over and over in his hands, looking at it quizzically wondering how it fits into the big picture. He is 18 months old and he has an insatiable curiosity, everything is new for him, everything is something to be investigated and everything is exciting.

As we grow older, we often think we know what’s in the world, we’ve seen a lot and things become more ordinary, routine and even mundane at times. Wouldn’t it be nice to see things with

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