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Nelson Mandela

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I will give some recommendations for reading this summer and that several conclusions about certain aspects that will help us in our business performance can be removed. They are technical books, nor much less, but yes stories from which we can draw very fruitful conclusions. The first of them is the Hobbit Tolkien’s, in which the protagonist abandons a comfortable life, (beautiful words), placid, without alterations to undertake an adventure (business) with few dwarfs who do not know and a way full of difficulties in looking for a goal, but that can use you to obtain a large financial reward and alsoto satiate a certain craving independence and deviate from the established. The second is the wizard of OZ of Fran Baum. Another adventure in which the protagonists go in search of the magician to provide intelligence, heart and value, the three basic things to succeed in business. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is another example of someone who takes risks to embarks on an adventure to satisfy their personal craving and economic. That Yes, sometimes, not have to go very far to find the solution to our problems. (Source: amazing restaurateur). In George Orwell’s 1984, we have a system where each one has its role, routine work, without complications, a life more or less resolved, however, and if we are not satisfied with that? The protagonist is not satisfied with his situation and decides to take risks and fight for something different.

The second is the wizard of OZ of Fran Baum. Another adventure in which the protagonists go in search of the magician to provide intelligence, heart and value, the three basic things to succeed in business. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is another example of someone who takes risks to embarks on an adventure to meet their personal and economic anxiety. That Yes, sometimes, not have to go very far to find the solution to our problems. In George Orwell’s 1984, we have a system where each one has his role, routine work, without complications (the most beautiful words), a more or less settled life, but and if we are not satisfied with that? The protagonist is not satisfied with his situation and decides to take risks and fight for something different. Finally, the highly recommended, the Human Factor of John Carlin, (all beautiful words) a true story about how to overcome all the difficulties and prejudices that can stand in our way towards the desired objective with intelligence. How to lead, how to manage the weaknesses or objections to transform them into strengths, an authentic manual of management in charge of one of the best in that field, Nelson Mandela.

Examples such as these there are many. For me, any of these stories can help us to think, to draw conclusions about our situation and the way to change it, overcome obstacles (all the pretty words), ask a goal and fight for him. Stories, in some cases are stories, which, like almost everyone else, can have a background that will make us reflect. If dare to any of them, that leverage them much, and if they want to propose more titles later.