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  • Sergio shared from HBR Guide to Getting the Right Work Done (HBR Guide Series) by Harvard Business Review
    Note: es un buen comienzo para ser mas efectivo…
  • Sergio shared from HBR Guide to Persuasive Presentations (HBR Guide Series) by Nancy Duarte
    Designing a presentation without an audience in mind is like writing a love letter and addressing it “to whom it may concern.”
    Note: toda la razon.
  • Sergio shared from You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?!: The Classic Self-Help Book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder by Kate Kelly, Peggy Ramundo
    The Locking-In and Blocking-Out Phenomena An interesting correlate to the one-channel phenomenon is overpersistence. When an ADDer becomes locked in to a task, he can’t stop. His overpersistence can make switching gears very difficult. It can also cause a friend, colleague or spouse to leap to erroneous conclusions: (1) “It’s obvious he can pay attention when he wants to.” (2) “He’s so rude! He completely ignores me.”
  • Sergio shared from Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
    Apple’s design mantra would remain the one featured on its first brochure: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
    Note: el alma de Apple
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