In this video we will talk about how to be extraordinary from the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. Friedrich Nietzsche was one of the main precursors of existentialism and his goal was to pave the way for “Superhuman”, an extraordinary superior and absolutely free man. Friedrich Nietzsche, through his teachings, wanted people to see the great height of their extraordinary potential and to break the chains which kept them prisoners in order to conquer their true freedom and to help us understand those teachings, here are 10 lessons from the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche which can teach you how to be extraordinary - 01. Be an essentialist 02. Be authentic 03. Look for wisdom, not knowledge 04. Put your will into things 05. Love your destiny 06. Never fear failure 07. Always speak your truth 08. Stay connected to nature 09. Be pragmatic 10. Be a dynamite We hope you enjoyed watching the video and hope this video helps you get closer to being extraordinary. Friedrich Nietzsche was a German philosopher, poet, essayist, and cultural critic. He is considered to be one of the most daring and greatest thinkers of all time. His writings on truth, morality, language, aesthetics, cultural theory, history, nihilism, power, consciousness, and the meaning of existence have exerted an enormous influence on Western philosophy and intellectual history. He was one of the biggest precursors of existentialism, which emphasizes the existence of the individual person as a free and responsible agent, determining their own development through acts of will. By his famous words “God is dead!”, Nietzsche moved the focus of philosophy from metaphysics to the material world and to the individual as a responsible person for his own life. Friedrich Nietzsche wrote several books like The Birth of a Tragedy, Human, All Too Human, The Dawn, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Beyond Good and Evil, Twilight of the Idols, The Will to Power, The Antichrist, and many more. His teachings have shaped the lives of many people; from psychologists to poets, dancers to social revolutionaries.