In order to fully unleash the leadership and innovation that resides within each of us, and within our workforce, we need to know that:

Curiosity is integral to all we do in life,
especially if we do it well.

From innovation, to creativity, to motivation,
to leadership, to leading a meaningful life, curiosity is a
critical difference-maker, that distinguishes between
living life and merely existing.

Somewhere along that path of life, our
curiosity can begin to wane, even falling
into a rut.

Some say it is due to the aging process itself (it isn’t).
Some say our ability to learn begins to wane naturally as
we age (it doesn’t). So, what is it that inhibits our
curiosity, and how do we get it back?

Curiosity is important in all aspects of our lives because it opens us up to our desire to experience things. As we become more curious, we find things that make us happy, energize us,and create new opportunities and experiеnces at home and at work.

By learning what things inhibit our natural levels of curiosity, we can learn ways to become open to experiencing opportunities.

Dr. Diane Hamilton


Cracking the Curiosity Code is intended for everyone in today’s modern
workplace. The ideal scenario is to read the book and take the Curiosity Code
Index (CCI) assessment. Certified Human Resource Professionals and Consultants
approved by CEOs and Division Managers can guide employees through the
assessment process.

It is then organizations can begin to formulate company-wide initiatives and strategies
to unleash its collective ability to improve innovation, levels of engagement,and
leadership potential.


Fear | Assumptions | Technology | Environment

The Curiosity Code Index(R) (CCI) is designed to help you gain insight to the factors that
impact your curiosity. You will receive a detailed report based on the degree of impact from each of the
factors and have a tool to create an action plan. This will help you to take meaningful steps to overcome
those forces and optimize the creativity, motivation, and productivity that allows us to learn,
lead, and live.


It is important to understand that we all have different levels
of curiosity and are impacted differently by some of the factors
we will discuss here. This program is dedicated to helping people
understand the things that might impact how much we embrace
our natural curiosity and help spark the natural desire to explore
new areas of interest.

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The Key to Unlocking Human Potential

Curiosity is one of the most analyzed, discussed, and written about topics in the study of human behavior. We have learned that it is innate from birth, as illustrated by the phrase, childlike curiosity. We have learned that it is essential to the survival of the entire animal kingdom. We have learned that the most  successful leaders and entrepreneurs attribute their success to sustaining their childlike curiosity, while many people’s sense of curiosity tends to wane or deteriorate as they age. For the longest time, we attributed that diminished state of curiosity to the aging process itself. But studies have shown that is not the case.

Why do we lose our childlike curiosity? What are the causes; and what are the
consequences? Most importantly, how do we get it back?
That is the essence of this book.


Award-Winning Speaker, Nationally Syndicated Radio Host,
Emotional Intelligence Expert
In addition to being a nationally syndicated radio host, award-winning speaker, author, and educator, Dr. Hamilton is a thought leader in the fields of leadership, sales, marketing, management, engagement, personality, 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 also the author of three books sold worldwide: The Online Student’s User Manual, How to Reinvent Your Career, and It’s Not You, It’s Your Personality. Her book regarding personalities was required reading at an Arizona-based university, where she was also nominated for an honorary doctorate in addition to her traditionally-obtained Ph.D. in Business Management.