Book Review: Keeping it Straight. By Patrick Rhone

I have followed Patrick Rhone for a while and it’s one of those writers and in general human being that I enjoy reading, listening, basically ingesting most of what I am aware he do. It’s always a treat and a pleasure.
Yesterday I had the pleasure to read his new book, Keeping it Straight. The book was release on May 3rd, and it’s a series of 48 essays divided in three sets, You, Me and Everything Else.
From the Book:
“- You – Ideas and observations that I hope will resonate with and inspire you (as they do me)
– Me – Stories and revelations that are specific to me (but also may apply to you)
– Everything Else – How to handle some of the other necessities and detritus of life (that is meant for both you an me”
The book is an honest treat to read, the only thing I regret wasn’t have a hot cocoa to read it even slower and enjoy it even more, but don’t worry, I have plans to re-read many of the chapters this weekend.
In case you don’t take my word for it, and need something in advance, let me take from the book this golden nugget: “The Three most important productivity tools: trash Can, delete key, and the word “no”.”
Thanks Patrick for such nice book.
 

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Augusto Pinaud

Augusto Pinaud es Coach de Tecnología de Productividad Bilingüe, Especialista en Nozbe Teams. Augusto trabaja con dueños y gerentes de pequeñas empresas, ejecutivos y profesionales en productividad, tecnología y mejora de procesos utilizando una variedad de tecnologías de productividad.

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