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Simply Good Life - Perfect Job | Do Nothing | Better Questions

Simply Good Life - Perfect Job | Do Nothing | Better Questions
By Adam Egger • Issue #88 • View online
Hello friends, hope you’re having a good time, I try to see beauty in my life every day. Do you?
Here are some articles I’ve discovered this week. Enjoy!

Do Nothing For 2 Minutes
The best thing I’ve discovered this week is this simple website:
As the title says, it will force you to do nothing for two minutes. You will not be allowed to move your mouse nor your keyboard.
Try it out!
How To Ask Smart Questions
Many of us don’t ask enough questions, nor the right ones. We don’t want to seem uninformed or offensive. But asking questions, even when  it feels disagreeable, offers serious benefits:
“It spurs learning and the exchange of ideas, it fuels innovation and performance improvement, it builds rapport and trust among team members. And it can mitigate business risk by uncovering unforeseen pitfalls and hazards.”
Here are a few counterintuitive guidelines for how to make your questions more effective.
How to ask smart questions, according to a Harvard study — Quartz at Work
Find Your Perfect Job
There are just three things that all employees really want: Career, Community and Cause. Learn how to find your ideal job, how to find your what, your who, and your why here:
The 3 Things Employees Really Want: Career, Community, Cause
Find Out What Is Important in Your Life
Are we being good ancestors? — Jonas Salk
This is another simple question that helps to focus on the important things in life. Will you be happy about what your kids and grandkids will be telling about you after you’re gone?
Have you seen any interesting articles this week? Just reply.
Have a great weekend
Adam
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