What If Success Looked Like Discovering That What You Thought You Knew Was Wrong? | Episode 14

What If Success Looked Like Discovering That What You Thought You Knew Was Wrong? | Episode 14

               

When did you last surprise yourself? Human First host Penny Locaso finds herself doing this a lot lately as she pilots the world first Intentional Adaptability™️ Program with fifteen brave intrapreneurs, from a global giant. Listen and learn how IAQ™️ is a foundational skill set for navigating and shaping the future. It's a place where using your curiosity to challenge everything you thought to be true, is highly valued. Listen and learn how discovering you are wrong can be more powerful than finding you are right.

This Week We Explore:
  • Using your curiosity to challenge everything you thought to be true
  • Certainty being an impediment to growth and innovation
  • The magic that lies in the complexity of the unknown
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