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End Of Chapter Exercises
1) On Happiness and The Meaning Of Life
Of all the quotes in this chapter, which one most resonated with you? Put another way,
which quote did you see and then think to yourself “That’s so true!”
Are there any common themes around Happiness you noticed? What was the most
important advice or insight you’ll take away in terms of your own personal happiness?
If you were asked to give a quote about Happiness or the Meaning of life to help other
people with a similar personality to your, what would you say?
2) On Family and Friends
Of all the quotes in this chapter, which one did you feel most connected to? Put another
way, which quote sounds most like something you would say?
Are there any common themes around friendship or family you noticed? What was the
most important advice or insight you’ll take away in terms of improving your own
relationships, whether with family or friends?
3) On Business and Money
Of all the quotes in this chapter, which one most resonated with you? Put another way,
which quote did you see and then think to yourself “That’s so true!”
Are there any common themes around making money you noticed? What was the most
important advice or insight you’ll take away in terms of your own ability to make and keep
wealth?
Money means very different things to different people. From the quotes you’ve just read,
what does meaning mean to most of the people? What does money mean to you?
4) On Work
Work means very different things to different people. To some it is a means to an end, to
others a duty or calling. Do you think the “successful” people quoted above found their
callings?
Of all the quotes in this chapter, which was your favourite? Which did you find most
inspiring? Motivating? Upsetting?
Are there any common themes around work you noticed? What was the most important
advice or insight you’ll take away in terms of your own work or career?
5) On Government and Religion
Are there any common themes around religion or government you noticed?
Of all the quotes in this chapter, which one most resonated with you? Put another way,
which quote did you see and then think to yourself “That’s so true!”
If you were asked to give a quote about religion, what would you say?
6) On Love, Lust and Romance
What common themes did you notice in the above quotes about love? Does it seem like the
overall opinion towards it is positive or negative? Enthusiastic, or scared?
Have you ever been in love? What was the biggest lesson you took from the experience?
What advice or insight from this chapter will most stick with you? How might you apply
this to your own life?
7) On Health, Age, Travel and Everything Else
Of all the quotes in this chapter, which was your favourite? Which did you find most
inspiring? Motivating? Upsetting?
Which quote from this chapter did you furiously disagree with? Why?
Conclusion
You’ve now reached the end of the quotes for this book. Looking back, what have you
learnt?
Which quote most stands out to you?
Which person, quoted here, do you feel most connected to, or feel is now more relatable?
Of all the quotes, which 10 were your favourite? Make a list here if you’d like and put this
somewhere convenient where you can look at them every day.
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