The Power of Curiosity

The Power Of Curiosity.
By: Diane Lang

Curiosity plays a role in finding our true self.
What are you curious about? What do you find yourself think about frequently?
What do you want to learn more about? What do you find yourself questioning?
Follow this curiosity.
It’s a clue of what your next steps are. Curiosity brings us interest, hope and motivation.
Curiosity makes you question life and questions helps you move forward and make better choices.
What are you curious about?

Using curiosity to live your best life.

1. On-going learning -we need to keep learning to keep growing. Every week try to learn something new and expand your knowledge base. Watch a Ted Talk, read a new book or magazine, etc.
Anytime you say, “I don’t Know” take a minute to realize you can find out. We live in a world where the Internet is at our fingertips. When you don’t know something go figure it out. This will add to our on-going learning.
* The happiest people continue to learn and grow both professionally and personally.

2. Take risks – when the outcome is certain, it losses the element of surprise and hope. If we go to a sport’s game and know who is going to win, it loses its excitement.
Not knowing what could happen gives us excitement, the motivation to get the outcome we want and it gives hope that we might just reach it. Taking risks gives us uncertainty but also gives us hope and the possibilities that come with it. Even if it doesn’t turn out the way we want it, we realize we can survive any situation. We get positive reinforcement for even trying.
* Taking risks adds to our success – the most successful people take daily risks.

3. Ask more questions – always grow by asking others why or how? Evaluate your own life by asking yourself important questions.
Ask the deeper questions to find your spiritual side:
Why are we here?
Is there a god or higher power?
What is our purpose?
These types of questions help us to connect to our spiritual side, to see the bigger picture and know we are all connected. It gives us an appreciation for life, nature and all the small things we take for granted.

4. Try something new everyday – go through each day with the eyes of a child. When everything you did was for the first time. We need new things to add variety, creativity and excitement to our lives. Even small things like trying a new food or drink, adds to our excitement levels.
* Creativity/Variety add to our happiness levels.

5. Try to live a day without judgment. Instead be curious to why people do things or behave in certain ways? Empathy is key here, instead of judging try to put yourself in their shoes.

6. Explore your passions – passions are things that excite you, that wake you up in the morning. Some passions will come and go but the only way to know if the passion is true or fleeting is to go for it.For example: If you have a passion for art, take an art class. Explore your passions and see where it takes you. Be open to whatever new possibilities and opportunities it brings you.

7. Be curious with others – in conversations give people permission to talk about themselves by asking people questions about themselves and being an active listener. Really listening and learn about a person, it gives us deeper connections to

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Stress is inevitable! You can’t wish it away or pill it away – you have to work it out of your body and learn the techniques to manage it.

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* Tips on how to effectively retrain your brain from negative to positive
* Chair yoga exercises focusing on reliving stress and tension in the body
* Guided meditation including breathing and concentration techniques

Our proven techniques are easy, convenient and suitable for everyone including seniors, college students, corporate burnouts and working mother and fathers.

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WORKSHOPS 2016 open to the public

Monday, March 21, 7pm – Positive Psychology

Ramsey Community School, NJ

Phone: 201-327- 2025

Wednesday, March 28, 10:30am – Create Balance & Relieve Anxiety

Montclair Adult School, NJ

Phone: 973-744-0500 ext 2224

APRIL 2016

Monday, April 4, 7pm – Declutter Your Life and Reduce Stress

Emerson Community School, NJ

Phone: 201-262-5502

Tuesday, April 5, 6:30pm – Re-Train Your Brain for Success

Hofstra University, NY

Phone: 516-463-7200

Saturday, April 9, 2pm – Letting Go of Anger and Finding Forgiveness

Warren Township Library, NJ

Phone: 908-754-5554

Monday, April 11, 7pm – Positive Psychology

Morris Hills Adult School, NJ

Phone: 973-664-2295

Tuesday, April 12, 7pm – Bullying 101

Morristown Community School, NJ

Phone: 973-292-2063

Wednesday, April 13, 7pm – Stress Less and Savor More

Emerson Community School, NJ

Phone: 201-262-5502

Saturday, April 16, 12pm – Positive Psychology – A 4 Hour Workshop

The Academi of Life, NYC

Phone: 212-333-3950

Monday, April 18, 7pm – Stress Less and Savor More

Morris Hills Adult School, NJ

Phone: 973-664-2295

Tuesday, April 19, 7pm – Creating a Work – Life Balance

Morristown Community School, NJ

Phone: 973-292-2063

Wednesday, April 20, 7pm – I am Enough

Ramsey Community School, NJ

Phone: 201-327-2025

Thursday, April 21, 6:30pm- Positive Psychology

Totowa Public Library, NJ

Phone: 973-790-3265

Thursday, April 28, 6pm – Declutter Your Life and Reduce Stress

Monroe Township Community Education, NJ

Phone: 732-521-1500 ext 5248

Thursday, April 28, 8pm – Positive Psychology

Monroe Township Community Education, NJ

Phone: 732-521-1500 ext 5248

About Finding your happiness

Diane Lang, practicing therapist, national speaker, educator, and certified positive psychology coach, has her master’s degree in counseling and is an adjunct in psychology at Montclair State University. She has written three books, and has been featured in various publications, and on TV and Internet shows. Diane speaks on various mental and emotional health topics including Happiness, Resiliency, Stress management, Parenting Positive Aging, Anxiety, and Depression in both teens and adults. Diane also specializes in Positive Psychology Positive Education and Positive Parenting. Thousands of individuals have benefited from Diane’s motivational and educational speaking, trainings, and coaching. Her Hands-on approach along with her background, education and experience has proven to be beneficial to all who attend her presentation. To learn more on how you could bring Diane to your organization please email
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