50 questions

to ask others and ourselves, Loyal wives of Weinsberg, Narrow monastery door & many more...

Every week, I publish 10 interesting things that will help you become healthy, wealthy and wise 👇


Hi 👋 Prado here

10 Interesting things for you 🙌

  1. 50 Questions (My essay of the week)

    • 10 questions to ask others

    • 10 Ice breaking questions

    • 10 questions to help you think clearly

    • 10 questions to ask ourselves

    • 10 questions to ask during interviews (Podcasts, Zoom calls)

    Remember, Asking the right question is a skill. Asking the right question at a right time is a superpower.

  2. History of the entire world, I guess (Video)

  3. The $150,000 Banana. Remember this 👇

    Even though it got sold for a ridiculous amount… the real art is not the banana and the duct tape… it’s the conversation we have around it.
    The pictures we click with it. The memes. news channels, comedians, the hatred from the art community, YouTubers, tweets, this newsletter, etc.

    This is how you should look at NFTs too.
    The day the conversation stops around the art, the value of the art is diminished too. If you are planning to sell or flip it… you need to be constantly updated with the conversation around the NFT community.

    The day there are no conversations will be the first day of interested buyers leaving.
    No buyers = No profit.

    My advice to you buying the NFT is either buy it to hold it forever and pass it on to future generations or sell it when the conversation is at its peak.

    What’s your opinion?

  4. Something from my Twitter

    • Everyone's trying to figure things out. Be kind.
      EVEN TO YOURSELF.

  5. Interesting Human of the week:- 

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  6. Picture of the week:- The door dining area of the Alcobaca monastery in Portugal, was made narrow so that monks who got too fat were forced to go into fasting.

  7. Question of the week:- Are you having enough interesting conversations?

  8. Meme of the week:- The battle was between Met Gala memes and Apple memes.

  9. Current read: No new books started this week. It’s interesting but I read fewer books this year than in the last 5 years.

  10. Quote of the week:

    • "Too often we give children answers to remember rather than problems to solve." – Roger Lewin
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    • “Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” —Lao Tzu
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    • "The stupid neither forgive nor forget; the naive forgive and forget; the wise forgive but do not forget."
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  • Life’s lines of Closeness (Read)

  • Cathedral Thinkers (Read)

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