Simply Good Life — How To Write a Book | Book to Know Yourself | Simplicity

Adam Egger
2 min readJun 15, 2018

I just came back from South Africa where I met some inspiring people. You all need to experience the fantastic culture there!

My Happiness Book

I plan to write a short book about happiness with a lot of simple exercises to answer the deepest questions about finding the own passions, about being happy, and about creativity.

What would you like to see included in such a book?

In case you want to write a book of your dreams read this detailed description of the book writing process:


How To Write The Book Of Your Dreams: An Outrageously Detailed


I read this short inspiring book when I arrived in Johannesburg last Sunday. This book asks profound questions about the purpose of life and our role as individuals. It brings the reader on a quick journey into self-exploration, the topic I was talking to others a lot about during my stay in South Africa. :-)

The Why Cafe — John Strelecky. Religion & Spirituality
The Why Cafe — Kindle edition by John Strelecky. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @

Ask Kids These Questions

“Did you make a new friend today?” vs. “How did you help someone today?”. Find out below which question you should ask your child and which questions shouldn’t be asked.

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Stop asking children these seven questions (and ask these instead)

Jeff Bezos’ Favorite Books

Here are the three books that Jeff Bezos (CEO at Amazon) tells his top executives to read. These three books are frameworks for shaping the future of a company. Inspiring:


What Jeff Bezos Tells his Execs to
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shares three books he’s read with his executives.


“The five ascending levels of intellect:
Smart, Intelligent, Brilliant, Genius, Simple.”

Simplicity always wins. Focus on being simple, don’t try to be a genius. Learn simplicity by explaining things you’re good at to a child.

Have a great weekend, all




Adam Egger

Helping with Innovation and Growth | Strategy and Innovation can be fun and simple | A minimalist living a good life.