Simply Good Life — Future of Learning | Never Run Out of Things to Say

Future of Learning

As a design thinker, I definitely think the ability to solve big problems is hugely important. My main task at work is to teach how to solve big hairy problems with fun. No-one really knows how to solve problems collaboratively and how important it is to start with hundreds of bad ideas. Watch this short video to learn why we also must teach students how to solve big problems.


Here’s one of only 3 newsletters I really read: Briefingday. Every day they send you 10 Internet finds that are simply worth sharing. Today, they sent the great chart “The Economics behind Coffee” in there.

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Never Run Out of Things to Say

Here’s a fantastic video that shows how to never run out of things to say. In this video, they are looking at one of the most charismatic people in the world, and that person is Craig Ferguson.

The First Non-Fiction Book I Read

The book A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson was the very first non-fiction book that I read 17 years ago. I still have some quotes from this book:

Quote I Love — 1

Quote I Love — 2



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Adam Egger

Adam Egger

Helping with Innovation, Transition and Growth | Strategy and Innovation can be fun and simple | Working at @softwareag. A minimalist living a good life.