Voicing Curiosity, with Carol Cadby

“The way that we know that curiosity is genuine in somebody’s voice is that they have tapped into this real desire, this real drive, this real motivation.” ~ Carol Cadby

How we say anything, how we punctuate our statements grammatically and verbally, all have tremendous impact on how we are heard and understood.

So how do we say something in such a way that others hear curiosity? Actor, director, educator and executive coach Carol Cadby joins me to explore voicing curiosity.

Listen to Choose to be Curious #116: Voicing Curiosity, with Carol Cadby

Our motto at Arlington Independent Media is “Raise Your Voice.” If you have a story you want to tell or share, want to learn how to use media to do that, we’re here for you. This is our spring fund drive. We’d love your support. Help us help you and others to raise your voices, to hear and be heard. Donations much appreciated at wera.fm .

Learn more and connect with Carol via OLA Consulting

Listen to what Erin Foreman-Murray has to say about dance and embodied curiosity. 

Our theme and other music is by Sean Balick . “Great Great Lengths” by The Ballonist, via Blue Dot Sessions.

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