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Simply Good Life - 3 Deaths | Be Interesting | What Do You Love Me For?

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Simply Good Life - 3 Deaths | Be Interesting | What Do You Love Me For?
By Adam Egger • Issue #178 • View online
Hi friends, here is your weekly dose of “Simply Good Life", a newsletter that tries to make your day a little bit better and help you to grow personally and professionally. Enjoy!

Be More Interesting
Here are some simple questions that will make you the most interesting person in any conversation. Be a more interesting person by asking deeper questions like:
  • What new skill are you learning and why?
  • What’s on your bucket list? (ask why again)
  • What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever eaten?
  • What’s your personality type?
Send me some of the surprising answers to these questions?
Three Deaths
There are three deaths. The first is when the body ceases to function. The second is when the body is consigned to the grave. The third is that moment, sometime in the future, when your name is spoken for the last time. “Sum” David Eagleman
Sum is one of the craziest books I’ve ever read. It describes in 40 different non-religious and non-scientific stories what the afterlife could look like. It simply a collection of crazy stories.
The third death in the quote above is something that often motivates me to be creative: to write, to sketch, or to create music. The creative work is what in the end can postpone the moment when your name will be spoken for the very last time.
What do you love me for?
This video is simply fantastic! It answers why every answer to the question “What do you love me for?” can be dangerous? A bad answer can destroy a relationship, a good one can deepen it. Find out why you can’t answer “Everything!” and why there are good and bad things to be loved for?
What Do You Love Me For?
What Do You Love Me For?
Quote I Love
Where you are today doesn’t matter; what matters is where you want to go and if you’re willing to pay the price to get there. Tom Bilyeu.
Isn’t this motivating? It really doesn’t matter where you are now. It’s simply important to move forward. So, dream big, create one big goal today and start with the first small step towards this goal.
Think big!
Adam
PS: What’s the most motivating quote that you know?
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Adam Egger

This easily-digestible weekly blog will help you to grow personally and professionally. Like a plant that flourishes from short but frequent watering, you will discover new ways of thinking and working that will leave you feeling more focused, productive, and happy.
I'm Adam Egger - an innovation and creativity expert - teaching teams all over the world how to become more innovative and successful.

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