The power of concentration to improve your production

Yep, I promised and here is my new reflection. She was already playing, right? This one, which is going to be small, can be summed up with an authentic truth: “the fewer things you do, the better you do them.” As? What not always? Yujuuu debate! He shoots for the comments himself to see what you think … If not, wait and see. My “pepitos crickets”: Jobs and Berto López During these June holidays I have been able to finish reading a book that I started a long time ago and that I really loved: the biography of Jobs . I loved it because I was able to learn several super interesting things from it:

The details are much more than very important

This man became obsessed with what the internal screws (that only technicians see) of the first Mac had to be like. These are details that top industry data someone oriented and focused on money would never cover but that, taken together, create a climate of excellence around the product . I very much agree and believe that it can be extended to any area, company and product. Taking care of the smallest detail is essential . Offering a comprehensive product can improve its quality. Another thing that I liked was Jobs’ position of controlling both the Software, the Hardware, the Marketing, the sales, the advertising, the technical service,

Supreme success is usually inversely proportional to happiness

This man spent his entire life serving Apple and his work. I don’t want to make judgments about whether or not it is a way to live, but I believe that every person who achieves maximum success (and even more success) loses contact with their human side and with personal relationships. At least, that’s EL Leads what happened to Jobs, the boss of my former company and Miley Cyrus. Don’t you think? [piopialo]No matter how naturally exquisite you become, you can palm it tomorrow[/piopialo]. You’re going to hit it hard. You follow all the advice you want, spend extra euros on products that say “natural

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