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Simply Good Life - Your Future Life | Networking Tips | 20 Hand Gestures

Simply Good Life - Your Future Life | Networking Tips | 20 Hand Gestures
By Adam Egger • Issue #118 • View online

Question of the week
Do you sometimes ask yourself if there’s something in your life to be grateful for and you can’t find anything? Here’s a simple question that helped me to realize that there’s actually a lot of things to be grateful for.
Think about your life 30 years from now. What is it that you’ll be missing in your future life that you have now?
Asking this question made a huge impact on my life. I appreciate every minute with my family, appreciate the fact I can read (almost) without glasses, that I can run and swim and that I have so many wonderful friends. Life is great!
Master the art of networking
I learned so much from the Big Think Youtube channel. This video shows how to master the art of networking. The tips shown in this video are even useful at work. They help to ask beautiful questions in customer interviews. Love it!
Master the art of networking, from entrance to exit | Michelle Tillis Lederman
Master the art of networking, from entrance to exit | Michelle Tillis Lederman
Why Planes Crash
I didn’t know anything about the reasons why planes crash. I know it’s not a positive topic, but still, it’s good to know things we usually don’t really understand.
Why Planes Sometimes Crash
20 Hand Gestures
I’m a big fan of learning how to read and also how to you use body language. Body language skills gave me a new level of communicating. Learn here from the wonderful Vanessa van Edwards the most important 20 hand gestures that everone should know.
20 Hand Gestures You Should Be Using – Vanessa Van Edwards – Medium
Best Personality Test
If you want the best personality test don’t go looking online, go and ask your grandparents what they thought of you as a kid.
Found on Twitter by @malone
What would it be your grandparents thought of you as a kid?
I guess my grandparents would say Adam quietly read the Encyclopedia all the time. :-)
Enjoy the weekend, all
Adam
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