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How To Get Better At Things You Don't Know You're Bad At By 2020

By Franco, Jose

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Title: How To Get Better At Things You Don't Know You're Bad At By 2020  
Author: Franco, Jose
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Philosophy
Collections: United States, Authors Community
Historic
Publication Date:
2019
Publisher: Stoop Juice
Member Page: Jose Franco

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The goal of my story is to bring attention to the things we don’t think we’re bad at and help individuals work through the unconscious resistance. This will involve a great deal of introspection and even then, it’s an extremely difficult job. One doesn’t usually have proper insight into ones own emotional makeup. Most of us spend our time trying to rationalize our behavior as a result of our lack of self awareness.

Summary
In order to begin a transparent, well intentioned discussion to bring Americans to- gether, it’s necessary to agree the resistance we face is either conscious or uncon- scious. If well meaning citizens insist they have nothing to hide, understand what is involved and have strong motivation, we can only assume the resistance must be unconscious.

Excerpt
Openness and awareness begins with the ability to self-critique and reflect upon things central to one’s own beliefs, thoughts, actions, behavior, and results. Openness can inform private, personal or group discussions. Ideally, all capable people should look for reasons to start/continue the work of self improvement. Nobody is equal to anybody. Even the same person is not equal to him/herself on different days. The first steps to continuous improvement is to know yourself, practice consciousness and be in the moment.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Self-Motivated - Page 10 The clearer the vision, the easier it will be to create a plan to focus on the tasks needed to reach your goal. Chapter 2: Baseball, Business Philosophy, Reflections - Page 19 Through my life experiences—which have been multi-faceted and have served to inform my current life philosophy—I have cultivated principles of openness, seek- ing to understand operational constraints, creating value, and promoting profit over quality. Chapter 3: World’s Best Storytellers - Page 42 The storytellers were humans, the most destructive animals on earth. A dog’s bite isn’t desirable but humans can do a lot more harm and impact billions of people. Chapter 4: The Dilemma - Page 45 My biggest challenge as a small business owner consist of my inner battle decid- ing whether to speak out or remain silent regarding national politics. Chapter 5: The Government & The People Are One - Page 49 I'm aware the Trump administration has been mostly an aberration, an outrage, but most of all, a great big fraud. Despite this, even a fool, is occasionally right. Chapter 6: Two Peas In A Pod - Page 53 Creating a way, a path, for us to work with citizens and government in a format that eliminates these ingrained fears by understanding both supply and demand is the singular goal of my political ambition. Chapter 7: Two Gun Crowley - Page 57 The first chapter of Dale Carnegie’s book “How To Win Friends And Influence People” addresses one of the biggest complaints regarding Donald Trump's inter- personal skills, he never admits to being wrong. Chapter 8: Key To Success - Page 61 Social media puts the audience at the center and with work, could do a better job at reaching your business’s market niche. Chapter 9: Are You Woke Yet? - Page 65 A philosopher who is not taking part in discussions is like a boxer who never goes into the ring. Chapter 10: Fastest Way To Build The Wall - Page 69 The fastest way Americans can build the wall is by outperforming undocumented workers in low skill industries. Chapter 11: Human Action - Page 74 Individuals must know and understand the probability and effectiveness of their actions in order to reach their goals. Chapter 12: Why I’m Running - Page 78 American citizens and US residents who disagree with Trump’s policies have to avoid being reluctant to work or be unreliable. If you’re undependable, it doesn’t matter what your values are, no serious person is going to trust you. Chapter 13: Schultz Has To Be The Real Deal In 2020 - Page 80 Most Presidential candidate’s life story aren’t part of the national narrative made up of new and old stories. This subjective phenomenon exists only in the imagination of each individual. Chapter 14: Park Slope Brooklyn’s Food Coop Members Will “M.A.G.A.” Page 87 Unequal results of human achievement conjure up simplistic notions of injustice for Democrats. Chapter 15: America Will Elect A “Greater Fool” In 2020 - Page 89 Our goal shouldn’t be perfection, we should strive to do the greatest good through the most pardonable inconveniences. Chapter 16: The 2019 Puerto Rican Revolution - Page 95 Model the behavior you want for your children and the rest will take care of itself. Capitulo 16S: El Espejo Y La Revulucion De Puerto Rico - Pagina 99 Modele el comportamiento que desea para sus hijos y el resto se hará cargo de sí mismo. Conclusion - Page 103 Most Americans who are unwilling to ask themselves tough questions, may think America finds itself in a dangerous position in 2019.

 

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