Don't try to be interesting. The secret is to 'do' interesting. None of us were born interesting. It's something that needs practice; a set of habits not a personality type. Not something you are, something you do. Do Interesting will encourage you to become curious and ask questions, even in the most banal situations. It will give you tips, tools and help form new habits so you: - Pay attention and notice more - Collect the obvious (images, quotes, facts) and the less obvious (metaphors, patterns, vibes) - Store and remember things - Collide ideas together and multiply their value - Share ideas, tell better stories, be more persuasive by turning the things you notice into a useful and productive marinade, everything will get that bit more interesting - and you'll learn something about yourself and what makes you tick. Your life and work will become more creative, more fulfilling, and more fun. Don't hunt for diamonds. Get fascinated by pebbles.