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Next steps

Congratulations on completing the Innovative Leadership: Developing Curiosity course!

Next steps

The biggest step to overcoming FATE is to take the Curiosity Code Index assessment.

The Curiosity Code Index is an online assessment created by myself, designed to determine what exactly is holding you back when it comes to curiosity. Feel free to check it out!

If you are ready to find how how to improve your curiosity by overcoming fear, assumptions, technology, and environment (FATE), you can begin by taking the CCI assessment, which is reasonably priced to ensure everyone can benefit from it.

Because you have taken this course, you are eligible to receive an additional discount.

To receive 20% off of the CCI:

  • Please go to my website where you will add the CCI to your cart.
  • Type in mooc20 in the coupon area and pick apply to receive the discount. It will take 20% off the fee from your cart.

Once you finish the checkout process, you will be able to access the dashboard where you can take the CCI. You will need about 10-15 minutes to complete it and it will automatically generate a PDF report for you with your results.

Over to you

I want to finish with a final activity for you to work on beyond this course.

Next time you talk yourself out of something, consider what words you have going through your mind. Write them down and consider where this thought process comes from.

  • Was it from a family member or former colleague?
  • What would be the worst case if you decided to do that thing you told yourself you did not want to do?
  • Are there versions of that same activity that might interest you? What alternate activity could you do instead?

If you feel confident to share these thoughts with other learners via the comments then please do.

I am excited for you to begin your journey to improve your curiosity!

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