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Simply Good Life - When to Give Advice | Deep Sea | Items Confiscated at the Airport

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Simply Good Life - When to Give Advice | Deep Sea | Items Confiscated at the Airport
By Adam Egger • Issue #164 • View online
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When To Give Advice
When we give unsolicited advice to someone who’s struggling we make them feel like a problem. But what is the right time for giving advice? It’s simple: When they ask for it.
Until then, hold off on all your brilliant words of wisdom and focus on just being present.
Find more tips on being an exceptionally good listener here:
Items Confiscated at the Airport
Learn from this article what exactly happens to the items that get confiscated by TSA agents at the airport and if there is any way to retrieve them.
Deep Sea
I love these endless websites explaining ideas. This one beautifully presents life underwater. So impressive!
Quote I Love
My favorite podcast this week was Tim Ferriss interviewing Tony Fadell - the person who created the iPod at Apple. A lot of wisdom there about innovation and a lot of learnings about the danger of plastics.
My favorite quote from this interview is:
“A lot of people learn then do. I like to do, fail, then learn.” – Tony Fadell

Have a great day, all!
Adam
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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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