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Welcome to the Mastering Midlife Podcast where we explore life at it’s most stressful and most productive.  We will be featuring conversations with experts in the field of Mental Health, Executive Leadership, Business, Health, Exercise, Nutrition, Sex, and Relationship.  Midlife is a powerful time, and together we will learn to “thrive when the world asks the most of us.”

Mar 25, 2019


In addition to being a nationally syndicated radio host, award-winning speaker, author, and educator, Dr. Diane Hamilton is a thought leader in the fields of leadership, sales, marketing, management, engagement, personality, curiosity, and motivation. To help improve relationships in the workplace — and performance as a result — Dr. Hamilton draws on her decades of work experience in software, computers, corporate training, pharmaceuticals, real estate, mortgage lending, social media, education, and publishing.

A sought-after expert in emotional intelligence, Dr. Hamilton’s research has been published widely in peer-reviewed journals. She is the creator of the Curiosity Code Index® and the author of four books sold worldwide: Cracking the Curiosity CodeThe Online Student’s User Manual, How to Reinvent Your Career, and It’s Not You, It’s Your Personality.


Dr. Hamilton joins me today to talk Emotional Intelligence and Curiosity, two ingredients to a more successful career and organization. As more generations work together than ever before, as AI starts to shift the workforce, Developing Emotional Intelligence is essential for a healthy work environment. In order to evolve, both at the personal level and the organizational level, we need to reignite the lost art of curiosity.



“Curiosity is essential in all aspects of our lives because it ignites our desire for new experiences.” – Dr. Diane Hamilton




Today on Mastering Midlife:


  • More generations work together than ever in the past.
  • Emotional Intelligence helps foster empathy, interpersonal skills and self-awareness
  • Four factors keep people from being curious – Fear, Assumptions, Technology, and Environment.
  • Using the CCI (Curiosity Code Index) to develop engagement and critical thinking
  • Developing curiosity is the key to developing the innovative mind
  • Becoming more competitive in the market place
  • Best way to learn something is to prepare to teach it.
  • Curiosity is the spark to motivation and drive


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