Fernando Urias is a process engineer with experience writing SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) to communicate the best business processes to a large number of people.
To do this successfully, he reads books available in the subject, talks to people that perform the process, including operational folks and experts, and listens to the latest podcasts and YouTube videos. With this information, he writes what he thinks is the best practice.
His professional experience has spilled over to his hobbies resulting in several book series.
A Low Carbohydrate Lifestyle series:
One of his hobbies is cooking and one of his objectives is to be healthy. This is has resulted in a series explaining a low carbohydrate lifestyle.
Book 1: My Low Carb Story, Diet Book, Cookbook, and Shopping List.
Book 2: My Low Carbohydrate Home Menu.
Book 3: A Well-Engineered Diet and Cookbook.
A Business Series:
He uses several management tools professionally, some of them from the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt arsenal, which he will share in a business series. The first tool shared is a system to write and maintain action lists in paper, a smartphone, or a computer. He uses this tool to keep track of the things that need to get done to achieve stated objectives and at the same time keep stress low by having pending actions written instead of letting them linger in the mind causing mental stress.
Book 1: The Automatic Time Management System
The Wealth of the People Book Series:
One of his hobbies is to study economic theory. He is interested in understanding the different levels of wealth of the nations of the world, specifically what explains the difference in wealth between Mexico and the United States of America, since he was born in the border. This has led him to write a series of books about the production of wealth.
Book 1: Your Wealth
Book 2: Your Neighbor's Wealth
Book 3: The Wealth of the Market
Book 4: The Wealth of the Business Enterprise
Book 5: The Wealth of the State
Book 6: The Wealth of Social Capital
A Mexico Series:
Fernando was very concerned with the results of the Mexican 2018 election results motivating him to attempt to find out why those results were obtained and to follow up the income per capita under the new government. This series is in Spanish.
Book 1: El Ingreso Promedio de los Mexicanos.
Book 2: El Ingreso Promedio de los Mexicanos: 2021.