Fernando Suarezserna


It's not that knowledge is bad, knowledge is good; but applied knowledge is better. It is in the actions one takes with their knowledge power is found. Whereas most "gurus" and life coaches charge astronomical prices for their advice, my content comes at an affordable price -- less than the price of a meal at any fast-food restaurant.

We're living in an age of information overload. Information is everywhere, and most of it is completely free. This is mostly a problem of inefficient information consumption: it's like going to an all-you-can-eat buffet and trying to maintain sensible eating habits. We're reading a lot, consuming a lot of information, but never really taking time to contemplate, review and implement anything we've just read.

If all we needed was more information, everyone with Internet access would be a millionaire, a professional athlete, or anything else they could possibly want. New or more information is not what will get the results - action is.

The cool part is that in an age of overwhelming amounts of information, action is power.
My books aren't meant to be another piece of information that you merely place on the shelf. I want you to read them, mark them, write down the ideas that you want to implement and act! Then you won't need these books any more.

By the time you finish reading them, my books will still be just paper and ink. However, what you'll find inside of yourself, and what you're capable of doing with that is what will matter.

Although I'm sure my books have been read and enjoyed by different audiences, the kind of readers I have in mind when I'm writing are creative people who are willing to bet on their strengths. I believe one of our main goals in life should be to do the most we can out of the talents we've been given.

What I'm trying to achieve here is to help people reach their full potential, meaning they'll become more productive while using their creative talents. I'm a big fan of simple language. So I try to do this by explaining complex topics in a no-nonsense, straightforward manner.

I drink about five coffee mugs per day. In my spare time I love to play the guitar, read nonfiction books and watch movies.

If you're serious about getting more out of your core gifts, now's the time to scroll down the page and check out the different books I've written.

Smashwords Interview

What are your five favorite books, and why?
The Compound Effect, by Darren Hardy. Probably the best business book I've read. The Revolt of the Masses, by Ortega y Gasset, that book found me at the right time. The Dark Knight Returns, it made me believe in comics again. Animal Farm, short fiction with long term impact. Save The Cat, by Blake Snyder, once you read it you understand movies differently.
What do you read for pleasure?
Mostly nonfiction, you can find my profile at Goodreads. Since I turned 18, I'm always reading a book.
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Where to find Fernando Suarezserna online


Burn This Book Trailer!
Isn’t it weird that most of us have never received formal training or advice on how to get the most out of our talents? Think about it: Most people haven’t EVER taken five minutes to learn how to get the most out of their talents. And it gets worse, most of them don’t even realize the real importance of their talents. Get the book here: http://amzn.to/1n2jROl Visit http://manvsoffice.com


Burn This Book: A Creativity Tool
Price: Free! Words: 22,410. Language: English. Published: January 21, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Creativity, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Inner Child
My book, Burn This Book, is now free for a limited time. It may be a selfish thing to say, but my goal is to make a difference in as many people as I can, and giving away my best book for free seems like a good way to walk the talk. The goal of education is not knowledge, but action. This is an action book. It’s not that knowledge is bad; knowledge is good, but applied knowledge is better.

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