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50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí en 2018.

¡Finalmente puedo compartirte las 50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí en 2018! No, ese no es un typo.

Siempre* comparto en el año presente las 50 frases interesantes del año anterior. Lo único que me ocurrió hoy es que estoy compartiendo en los últimos meses del año. 😦 Todo tiene una explicación. O al menos eso pienso.

*Desde el 2012.

Mi Kindle Keyboard 3 dejó de funcionar, es decir, sí podía seguir leyendo, pero cada vez que intentaba marcar una frase, no la guardaba como marcada. No podía descargar los libros nuevos que había comprado. No podía buscar libros anteriores en mi biblioteca. Realmente no entiendo qué le pasó.

En realidad, mi plan final (después de haber intentado muchas cosas) era dejar que se descargara por completo (cosa que toma unos buenos meses) y después ver si en algo se arreglaba o no. Pero con esa espera vino el semestre, se fue, después apenas descansé, luego el siguiente semestre, luego el viaje, luego los exámenes finales y… realmente dejé el Kindle de lado.

Fue hasta hace un par de días que lo agarré y noté que nunca se descargó por completo. Cuando un Kindle se descarga por completo, muestra una pantalla en blanco. A mí me seguía apareciendo un arbolito. A pesar de que no lo había cargado desde el principio del año.

Igual, decidí conectarlo un rato para que agarrara batería y cuando lo volví a agarrar, pues resulta que ya podía marcar frases, otra vez. Y no solo eso, sino que una línea que le había aparecido en la parte de arriba de la pantalla desapareció.

Aún no he intentado conectarlo para ver si descarga los libros que había comprado o no, pero tengo 400 libros guardados en el aparatito, así que por el momento con esos me voy a quedar. Después pruebo suerte con los que quedaron en mi cuenta.

El punto es que ahora que tengo el acceso a un Kindle funcional, puedo revisar el documentito que me va guardando todas las frases que marqué el 2018. ¿Y qué va a pasar con las frases del 2019 si apenas leí en el Kindle en los primeros días de este año?

Bueno, intentaré leer lo más rápido estos últimos días del año a ver qué puedo encontrar 🙂

Hoy sí, ¡las 50 frases!

  1. Do things one step at a time. One of the best guiding principles of Zen lifestyle is preventing multitasking. Yoga for Beginners by Alexander Yamashita.
  2. Whatever you’re doing, do it slowly and deriberately. The other common problem that people are facing today is rushing through things from time to time. Yoga for Beginners by Alexander Yamashita.
  3. Smile, breathe and go slowly. Yoga for Beginners by Alexander Yamashita.
  4. Stop worrying for the things that are not yet happening. Worry is a product of fear and the need to control situations. When you are constantly worried about things, you are not only suffering by yourself but you are also creating heavy burden in other people who are surrounding you. Yoga for Beginners by Alexander Yamashita.
  5. Sunlight aids in keeping your internal clock working properly. Yoga for Beginners by Alexander Yamashita.
  6. Generally, any inverted positions will reverse the effects of gravity on your face, making you appear younger and holding off the onset of sagging facial features that make you look old. Yoga by Tai Morello.
  7. We rarely, if ever, take time to ourselves to show ourselves kindness by just resting. Yoga by Tai Morello.
  8. Anything that you do for intrinsic enjoyment and that leaves you feeling renewed and energetic can be called rest. Yoga by Tai Morello.
  9. If you can manage it, great. If you can’t, don’t sweat it. Yoga by Tai Morello.
  10. Whatever gets rewarded gets repeated. Yoga by Tai Morello.
  11. The bigger your business gets, the more the fundamentals matter. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  12. If you create value for others, they’ll happily pay for it. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  13. A huge part of your success in business comes from consciously choosing who you’re attracting and who you’re repelling. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  14. Focus on helping great people get better. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  15. Steve Jobs once said, “Everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you”. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  16. Mistakes should be expected – nobody’s perfect. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  17. Anyone can be “efficient” – meaning they can do a given task pretty well. But very few can be “effective”, meaning they select the right things to work on in the first place. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  18. Spend on the things you love guiltlessly, while cutting costs ruthlessly in the areas that you don’t. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  19. If we’re not a good fit for each other, I wouldn’t want to waste someone’s time, and I don’t want them to waste my time either. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  20. Be different to be better. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  21. Every successful entrepreneur I know looks for more meaning than another $100 of revenue. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  22. The key is: do the work before you need it. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  23. What happens when you have more tasks than hours in the day and you have to prioritize? You have to rethink everything. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  24. At the start of your business (anywhere from 0 to $100K revenue/year), every day you’re fighting to live another day. You have to be scrappy. It’s a game of survival, not perfection. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  25. If the best-case scenario is not helping me reach my goal, then I can kill it instantly and not lose any sleep over it. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  26. The unsexy but powerful thing is to just spend the time getting better at something you’re not good at. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  27. Failing forward, because each failure propels your business another step ahead, until it’s inevitable that you become successful. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  28. Your business is going to see better results from taking action on small goals than dreaming about unrealistic big goals that you never achieve. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  29. Nobody cares what you did. They only care what you’re doing. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  30. Focus on what you can control, ignore what you cannot. Your Move by Ramit Sethi.
  31. Let’s each get her something for Christmas, and not get anything for ourselves. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott.
  32. Nunca he pensado en la edad como en una gotera en el techo que le indica a uno la cantidad de vida que le va quedando. Memorias de mis putas tristes por Gabriel García Márquez.
  33. Tenía en la memoria una lista de rostros conocidos y otra con los nombres de cada uno, pero en el momento de saludar no conseguía que coincidieran las caras con los nombres. Memorias de mis putas tristes por Gabriel García Márquez.
  34. Es un triunfo de la vida que la memoria de los viejos se pierda para las cosas que no son esenciales, pero que raras veces falle para las que de verdad nos interesan. Memorias de mis putas tristes por Gabriel García Márquez.
  35. The future belongs to those who learn more skills and combine then in creative ways. Robert Greene. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  36. My business is just me. I write, speak, and look for ways to support my family. That’s what I do. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  37. When the world seems to conspire against you and when everyone around calls you a failure, true masters keep going. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  38. Masters recognize their allegiance is to a higher calling than pleasing the masses. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  39. What looks like irrelevance now can lead to legacy later. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  40. It’s true that you are not what you do, but you can become what you practice. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  41. Success isn’t about money. It’s about setting a goal–and then achieving it. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  42. Explore, try new things, keep your feet moving. Something will grab you. It will call to you. It is no different than falling in love. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  43. You fall in love after sharing experiences, joy, challenges, maybe even heartbreak. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  44. Work, it seems, was never meant to be something we do just to make a living. It was meant to be a means of making a difference–in our own lives and in the lives of others. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  45. When it comes to weight loss, 99.99 percent of us need to know only two things: eat less and exercise more. Only elite athletes need to do more. I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi.
  46. Doing nothing is the worst choice you can make, especially in your twenties. I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi.
  47. Nunca me he enamorado, le dije. Ella replicó en el acto: Yo sí. Y terminó sin interrumpir su oficio: Lloré veintidós años por usted. El corazón me dio un salto. Buscando una salida digna, le dije: Hubiéramos sido buena yunta. Pues hace mal en decírmelo ahora, dijo ella, porque ya no me sirve ni de consuelo. Memorias de mis putas tristes por Gabriel García Márquez.
  48. Success isn’t the goal; legacy is. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  49. Life is not an inconvenience to the work we dream of; it’s the reason we do it in the first place. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.
  50. It was never a question of if. It was always a matter of when. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins.

Si te quedaste con ganas de leer más frases, aquí están las primeras ediciones:

  1. 50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2012.
  2. 50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2013.
  3. 50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2014.
  4. 50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2015.
  5. 50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2016.
  6. 50 frases interesantes de los libros que leí el 2017.

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Por Katherine Montero

Civil Engineering Junior. Diploma in Economics and Business. 6th best Discus Thrower in Central America. 5x Discus National Winner (El Salvador). Yogini. Small Product Lab Winner. Author of The Mini-Guide for Writing a Super Complete Post in 20 Minutes. 5x Shotput National Winner (El Salvador). Business Management Junior.