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Be radically curious. Find out why. Seek answers. Determine the source. Research beliefs, yours and others. Validate. Challenge the status quo. Wonder how. Approach with innocence. Unearth the truth. Deeply dialogue. Understand who. Ask again in a different way. Uncover the facts. Listen to learn. Ask for proof. Respect differences. Try another’s way. Step outside yourself. Approach with compassion. Start with gratitude. Consider what if. See yourself in others. See others in yourself.

Sara Harvey

Founder & President, innertelligence www.innertelligencecoaching.com Sara@innertelligencecoaching.com

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