I am a writer, a BestSeller Author in the US, UK, Germany, Spain and France. In another life I was a Lawyer in recovery and a former Technology Consultant and Salesman. My Passion is to Write. I have studied productivity and helping people with their productivity for the last ten years.
I am living in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I am married and has a little girl, a boy and two dogs who keep him company. He spends his day teaching his daughter things, writing and washing dishes, because he believes in what Agatha Christie once said: "The best time for planning a book is while you're doing the dishes."
25 Cosas que me Enseño la experiencia no es mas que eso, son 25 cosas que he aprendido desde que me gradúe de la universidad y que me hubiera gustado saber no solo en mi vida profesional, pero igualmente en mi vida personal quizá mucho antes de lo que lo aprendí.
Es un libro corto, diseñado para ser leído con una taza de cafe en un par de horas... el efecto del mismo espero que dure mucho mas.
This book is a result of our experience of using iPads as our main machines for over a year now. We believe this to be the first real post-PC book.
We show how we use our iPads to work, play and everything in between... and how much fun we have in the process.
The best part: you can do the same.
Cuando lo piensas tiene sentido, hacer lo mas importante primero, pero por alguna razón lo hacemos de ultimo. Para poderlo lograr tenemos que cambiar el patrón existente, yo lo hice, y la experiencia fue increíble.
Piensa lo siguiente: ¿Cuando fue la ultima vez que tuviste dos horas de trabajo sin interrupciones y totalmente concentrado?
(Mi respuesta es esta mañana, a las 4:00 A.M.)
When you think about it, it makes sense to do your most important stuff first, but for some reason we do it last. To change this, you need to switch your pattern of behavior. I did it, and the experience was fantastic.
Think about the following: When was the last time you got two hours of focused time to work? (My answer is this morning, at 4:00 A.M.)
If you are like me, you have read that you should learn to say no to increase productivity. This is a very good idea, but it is not enough.
In my opinion, there is more than one type of NO. There is one we should avoid, one we should learn to use, and one that we need to use.
My intention is to show you the distinction between the three types of NO and your adventure will be learning to use.
Estoy seguro que al igual que yo has leído que debes aprender a decir NO para poder aumentar tu productividad. Es una buena idea, pero no es suficiente.
En mi opinión, hay mas de un NO, un NO que debemos evitar, un NO que debemos aprender a usar y un NO que necesitamos aprender a usar.
Mi intención es mostrarte que no existe un NO único, tu aventura va a ser aprenderlos a usar propiamente.
The book you hold in your hands was conceived while talking to a couple of friends who were struggling with productivity and writing.
I wrote this book hoping that you, the reader, might learn a thing or two (maybe twenty-five) that w
El libro que tienes en tus manos fue creado mientras conversaba con un par de amigos que estaban teniendo dificultades con su productividad y su trabajo como escritores. Quise compartir con ellos mis tácticas y consejos que venía usando a través de los años, que habían creado un gran impacto en mi vida y en la vida de aquellos que los habían aplicado.
George Mason published the three books that made him famous. His secret is that he never wrote any of them, and when a fourth one shows up he decides to destroy it. That generates an adventure of intrigue, crime and mystery. George runs looking for the missing clues putting his life and the life of those around him in great danger. Will George succeed or be the protagonist of a fifth manuscript?
on July 19, 2011
Judith Gaines make you wonder on Perfect Copy if you will make it or not. You get into the shoes of Brina, a person that had recently loose husband and kid, and take Roman a especial 4 year old kid. The problem is that Roman is especial in a different sense, in ways that Brina couldn't even imagine.
When I began reading the book something happened that didn't fit, subtle, but it didn't fit I was mad that I didn't see more but happy that I noticed, since I am aware that for many people will be invisible.
This is a nice read, I had fun, there was a lot of tension and it was fast paced. I am looking forward to read more works from Judith Gaynes in the future. In the mean time read here the blurb of the book, and stop in Amazon or SmashWords and grab your copy. The only thing I wish is that the book will be available in Paperback so I can send it as a present to a couple of people that doesn't have readers. (I know, but there is people that had not yet discover the great thing on ebooks)
The Productive Manifesto
on July 12, 2012
Be ready for a shakeup on your productivity beliefs, a good one.
The first time I read this Manifesto I was hit hard by the following line:
"Is an empty inbox really what you want to be remembered for?"
As Stephen Covey has said that no one lying on their death bed has ever said,
“Gee, I wish I'd spent more time at work”.
I don't think anyone want to be remember by their clean inbox, but we productive people keep our inbox in zero, our 43 folders, and try to cross as many tasks as possible...
After you finish with this manifesto (maybe after you finish the third time) you will begin thinking on how? How to accomplish what I had set myself for? But more importantly, how do I get rid of all the junk I had allow in my life and leave the important ones...
What should I do, so people remember me for... Instead of remember me for that empty inbox.