Joy Superpowers – Episode 32 – Curiosity

Podcast Recap

In this episode, I discussed the Joy Superpower Curiosity with guest Doug Keith! 

Keith is experienced in market research with over 25 years of working and consulting experience. With curiosity and the yearn to learn, Keith has a rich and creative background that ranges from expertise in qualitative and quantitative research to publishing books, content creation and directing.

His ardent curiosity and diverse learning experience will bring much insights and tips on maintaining curiosity for listeners.

In this podcast, we evoked themes such as: 

  • The connection between joy and curiosity
  • How one can always find new interests and passion
  • Steps to learn new things and find more interests.

About the podcast

The Art and Science of Joy Podcast is all about inspiring people to live more joyfully, so if you’re seeking a bit more joy in your own life or seeking to bring some more joy to the lives of others then this podcast could well be for you! In our second podcast series, Joy Superpowers, we’ll be going through one superpower per week that you can use to live a more joy-filled life.

In each episode, I’ll be inviting an expert on a particular Joy Superpower to share their words of wisdom, as we take a look at the science behind the superpower, and explore how you can apply the superpower in your own life.

Connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram at @theartandscienceofjoy as we continue to explore the Joy Superpowers and continue join the conversation. We’d love to hear your thoughts with the hashtag #joysuperpowers

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The Art and Science of Joy host

Andrew Cannon

Andrew has spent his career building a deep understanding of people’s values, attitudes and behaviors in order to help business people make better decisions. Over the last few years, Andrew has used this knowledge and his research skills to deep-dive into the art and science of joy.
Andrew’s journey in business has taught him many lessons about leadership; about the importance of purpose and people, as well as profits, and about the role joy can play in companies to elevate both personal and business success.