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Sobre el coronavirus, una nota del futuro

Hola amigos.

El brote en Estados Unidos del virus COVID-19 comenzó aquí en donde vivo, en Seattle, Washington y durante un tiempo, esta ciudad fue el epicentro de la pandemia en los Estados Unidos.

Hoy, la ciudad de Nueva York sostiene este titulo, y espero que las cosas mejoren allí, y en todas partes. La ciudad de Nueva York está experimentando lo peor de este virus, y todos necesitan nuestra ayuda. La mejor manera de ayudar es escuchar y actuar a tiempo para evitar que ocurra lo mismo en tu ciudad.

Escribo esta carta desde el futuro para hacerte saber, de mi propia experiencia en Seattle, lo que está a punto de suceder en tu ciudad y para evitar que te enfermes y contribuyas a estresar el sistema de atención médica en tu ciudad.

La pandemia COVID-19 es real, está tomando la vida de muchas personas, y mientras las personas mayores están en mayor riesgo cuando se infectan, muchas más personas con otras condiciones de salud también están en un mayor riesgo de muerte por ese virus.

Las personas de todas las edades con las siguientes condiciones están en riesgo:

– Personas mayores de 65 años

– Personas que viven en un hogar de ancianos o en un centro de atención a largo plazo

– Otras condiciones de alto riesgo podrían incluir:

– Personas con enfermedad pulmonar crónica o asma moderada a grave

– Personas que tienen enfermedades cardíacas con complicaciones

– Personas que están inmunocomprometidas incluyendo tratamiento de cáncer

– Las personas de cualquier edad con obesidad grave (índice de masa corporal [(BM] I) ≥ 40) o ciertas afecciones médicas subyacentes, especialmente si no están bien controladas, como las que tienen diabetes, insuficiencia renal o enfermedad hepática también pueden riesgo de riesgo

– Las personas embarazadas deben ser monitorizadas, ya que se sabe que están en riesgo con una enfermedad viral grave, sin embargo, hasta la fecha, los datos sobre COVID-19 no han mostrado un mayor riesgo

Fuente: CDC

La idea de pedirle a la gente que se quede en casa, evitar reuniones, que solo hagan viajes a la tienda cuando sea necesario, etc., es una medida para ayudar a prevenir la propagación de este virus contagioso. Es esencial hacer esto para ayudar a evitar infectarnos a nosotros mismos, y a nuestros seres queridos que pueden estar en un mayor riesgo de morir por ello.

Una de las razones para evitar que más personas se infecten es también evitar contribuir a que un alto volumen de personas sean hospitalizadas. Las personas que van al hospital debido al virus requieren ventiladores y camas de hospital, y estos recursos ahora son escasos en lugares como la ciudad de Nueva York, Seattle, ciudades de Italia, España y otros, se ha convertido en un gran problema.

Debido a un alto volumen de pacientes dentro de un corto plazo, los hospitales se ven rápidamente abrumados y cortos en el número de camas, ventiladores, trabajadores sanitarios y equipo de protección personal de que disponen.

En ciudades como la ciudad de Nueva York y Seattle, los gobiernos locales están utilizando recuriendo a medidas drásticas para construir hospitales en aparcamientos vacíos, gimnasios, estadios, barcos militares, y otros espacios disponibles.

Esto está sucediendo, y si aún no está sucediendo en tu ciudad, sé consciente de que es únicamente cuestión de tiempo. Es muy frustrante que uno de los mayores problemas en estas ciudades es la falta de equipo medico y de personal adecuado para atender a las personas infectadas. Los gobiernos locales pueden prepararse con tiempo para que esto no les pase de sorpresa.

¿Qué puedes hacer tu para reducir el riesgo de que algo como esto suceda en tu ciudad? 

La respuesta es la misma recomendación que los expertos en salud han estado recomendando desde hace meses:

– Quédate en casa

– Evitar reuniones de personas

– Lávate las manos

– No toques tu cara (ni la de nadie más)

– Desinfecta superficies comúnmente usadas (mesa de cocina, sillas, pomos de puerta, etc.)

– Haz menos viajes a las tiendas para conseguir comida y otros elementos esenciales

– Usa una máscara y guantes al salir y entrar a las tiendas, esto te mantendrá a salvo y a las personas que trabajan en estas tiendas.

¿Qué pueden hacer las ciudades y los gobiernos locales?

– Busca lugares para ponerse de pie hospitales temporales en caso de que surjan las necesidades

– Cerrar negocios no esenciales

– Busca formas de proteger a los trabajadores sanitarios, y personas que trabajan en estos negocios esenciales

– Adquirir equipo medico como ventiladores/respiradores, camas de hospital y equipo de protección personal para todos los trabajadores sanitarios, doctores, enfermeras/os y voluntarios.

Mientras que los números parecen estar ralentizando en algunos lugares, la realidad es que el brote sigue siendo intenso, y los números siguen aumentando. Podemos proteger a nuestra familia, amigos, empleados y nuestra ciudad siguiendo las recomendaciones sugeridas anteriormente.

Ayudar a evitar difundir el virus COVID-19 es algo que todos podemos ayudar a lograr; es un objetivo factible, y mientras es difícil quedarse en casa, no hacerlo va a resultar en problemas que el día de hoy estamos experimentando en otras ciudades que ya pasaron por esto.

Mi familia en México y en otras partes de los Estados Unidos no se lo han tomado en serio, tal como el Presidente de México que hasta hace unos días invitaba a la gente a que se abrazara y convivieran en persona.

El motivo de esta nota salió de ver la incredulidad de algunos familiares, amigos, y del propio presidente de México, se que esto solo empieza en México y espero que con esta información se den cuenta que esto no es un cuento y que actuar a tiempo, podrá salvar muchas vidas.

Entiendo que mucha gente en México no tiene el dinero ni la oportunidad de quedarse en casa, y es por eso que el gobierno, las empresas, y particulares con los recursos deben de ayudar a todas esas personas que no pueden dejar de trabajar porque no tendrían dinero para vivir.

No se trata de dejarlos enfermar y potencialmente morir, se trata de tomar esto en serio y ayudar a todos aquellos que necesitan ayuda monetaria para subsistir si se quedan en casa sin trabajar.

Podemos vencer esto; todos podemos ayudar cuidando de nosotros mismos y de los que nos rodean. 

Quédate en casa, lávate las manos, no toques la cara y por favor, evita medios negativos y noticias falsas sobre esta pandemia.

Abrazos.

Must-have VS Code Extensions for Web Development

The VS Code editor is such a pleasure to work with; it is my code editor of choice when working with light C# projects or any other languages such as JavaScript or Ruby on Rails.

Below are my must-have extensions for anyone doing web development. There are many more magnificent extensions, but I feel like the following are not only useful but required to augment your web development experience with VS Code.

HTML Preview

An extension to preview HTML files while editing them in VSCode

The extension can be activated in two ways

  • Toggle Preview – ctrl+shift+v or cmd+shift+v
  • Open Preview to the Side – ctrl+k v or cmd+k v

Markdown Preview Enhanced

An extension to preview Markdown (MD) files while editing them in VSCode

The goal of this project is to bring you a wonderful markdown writing experience.

Keybindings: The cmd key for Windows is ctrl.

ShortcutsFunctionality
cmd-k vOpen preview to the Side
ctrl-shift-vOpen preview
ctrl-shift-sSync preview / Sync source
shift-enterRun Code Chunk
ctrl-shift-enterRun all Code Chunks
cmd-= or cmd-shift-=Preview zoom in
cmd– or cmd-shift-_Preview zoom out
cmd-0Preview reset zoom
escToggle sidebar TOC

Code Spell Checker

A basic spell checker that works well with camelCase code.

Functionality:

Load a TypeScript, JavaScript, Text, etc. file. Words not in the dictionary files will have a squiggly underline.

Example:

Example

GitLens – Git supercharged

GitLens increases the capabilities of Git built into Visual Studio Code. It helps you visualize code authorship at a glance through Git blame and code lens annotations, among other things.

Git Code Lens
Current line blame

ESLint

Integrate ESLint into VS code. ESLint statically analyzes your code to find problems quickly.

The setting below turns on Auto Fix for all providers including ESLint:

    "editor.codeActionsOnSave": {
        "source.fixAll": true
    }

In contrast, this configuration only turns it on for ESLint:

    "editor.codeActionsOnSave": {
        "source.fixAll.eslint": true
    }

You can also selectively disable ESLint via:

    "editor.codeActionsOnSave": {
        "source.fixAll": true,
        "source.fixAll.eslint": false
    }

Prettier – Code formatter

Prettier is an opinionated code formatter. It enforces a consistent style by parsing your code and re-printing it with its own rules that take the maximum line length into account, wrapping code when necessary.

Default Formatter:

To ensure that this extension is used over other extensions you may have installed, be sure to set it as the default formatter in your VS Code settings. This setting can be set for all languages or by a specific language.

{
  "editor.defaultFormatter": "esbenp.prettier-vscode",
  "[javascript]": {
    "editor.defaultFormatter": "esbenp.prettier-vscode"
  }
}

Intellisense for CSS class names

A Visual Studio Code extension that provides CSS class name completion for the HTML class attribute based on the definitions found in your workspace or external files referenced through the link element.


That’s all, folks! I invite you to try other extensions, but make sure not to clutter your VS Code experience by installing extensions you might not need or use.

Also, remember to adjust your VS Code settings to make sure you get the most productivity and the best experience when using VS Code and these extensions.

If you know of any other VS Code extensions for web development, please feel free to share them in the comments below. Cheers.

Here’s one way to cure procrastination

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Writing is something I enjoy doing, , but to be very candid, it is hard for me to sit down and start writing. It’s the same feeling I have about working out, for example, love the feeling while exercising and then after when I’m done, but it isn’t easy to start an exercise routine; starting is what’s difficult for me. Does that happen to you? Well, it happens to me, and one word for it is procrastination.

Procrastination is something that happens to everyone, we know we need to do certain things, but we push them to the back-burner until that decision comes to burn us one day. Why do we do this? Why do we procrastinate?

As procrastination builds, it can start to affect us severely. For example, I’ve missed several flights, hotel reservations, tax returns, and a lot of money due to this by procrastinating. Since wasting money is not enjoyable, I had to change my ways so one day I sat down and decided to do something about it – hey, at least I didn’t procrastinate on that!

The Plan

The first step of my plan involved finding and installing popular to-do apps like Todoist, Microsoft To Do, Wunderlist, etc. and while some of these apps are well designed and helpful (I still use Microsoft To Do for simple items), I continued to procrastinate. Then I tried writing these tasks using pen and paper, it didn’t work either, but at least I now own a neat journal and beautiful and inexpensive pens from Muji which I use for other things. I’ll share more about that on another post.

After these two failures, and thinking about it retrospectively, a moment of clarification appeared and a new idea was born. That process alone helped me figure out an important truth, I wasn’t giving these tasks the priority that they deserved. You see, I had it all wrong, I was attempting to create a to-do list but what I really needed was a dislike-but-still-need-to-do-it list. What’s the difference you might ask? Keep on reading dear friend, you’ll soon find out.

With this information in mind, I decided to experiment. What if I treated my other tasks with a higher priority and added them to a dislike-but-still-need-to-do-it list? The initial idea was to create this list in a spreadsheet and include a column listing the specific consequences of not getting these things done. It’s very innovative, I know.

The dislike-but-still-need-to-do-it list included items like the following:

  • Apply for the Nexus program for my kids
  • Replace car’s headlamps with new ones I already bought
  • Other personal items I do not care to list because they are for me and not for you dear reader.

These are a few items that I have been dragging for months, and I know they are important, but can’t get myself to remember them enough to do them. These items were the first ones that I added to my dislike-but-still-need-to-do-it list along with the consequences, and it looked like this:

To-doConsequences
Apply for the Nexus program for my kidsBecause if I don’t, the next time we travel to Canada we could end up waiting in line at the border for a long time as we did last time.
Replace car’s headlamps with new ones I already boughtBecause if I don’t, the driving visibility at night will not improve and then I might have to deal with more serious consequences.

Great, now I have a list of things I don’t want to do with a fearful description of what could happen if I don’t do it. Perfect? Not quite.

A better plan

While this was a bit more motivating than just have a simple to-do list, it still wasn’t enough. To keep these items top of mind, I decided to list a few benefits gained if I did these things; I am not driven by fear, so listing the consequences wasn’t enough for me.

To-doConsequencesBenefit
Apply for the Nexus program for my kidsBecause if I don’t, the next time we travel to Canada we could end up waiting in line at the border for a long time as we did last time.Reducing time by using Nexus or Global Entry kiosks when entering the United States. Saves a lot of time.
Replace car’s headlamps with new ones I already boughtBecause if I don’t, the driving visibility at night will not improve and then I might have to deal with more serious consequences.Increased night visibility.
The car looks better.
Increase car’s re-sell value.

Ta-da! At first look I was excited, I really thought I had it, in fact, just writing the benefits and negative consequences motivated me to the point I wanted to take care of these things as I was adding them to this dislike-but-still-need-to-do-it list. But after looking at it for a few minutes, I noticed something wrong, something very wrong in fact that I almost ditched the whole idea right away.

In my attempt to prioritize and motivate myself to do these things, I spent a great deal of time writing a lot of words to convince myself that this was a good idea, but it wasn’t. Some of the items in this list could have taken me only 5 minutes to complete, and instead of getting them done, I spent a great deal of time thinking and writing about the consequences and the benefits of getting them done. Fail. Big fail. Huge fail. So what now?

I really liked the list and how it made me feel, but I couldn’t possibly maintain such a to-do list with so much detail describing consequences and benefits because that wasn’t going to scale. If you want to stop procrastinating, you have to lower or remove all barriers between you and what you want to get done.

What can be changed? I asked myself, what if I removed the consequences column, shortened the contents of the benefits column, and added a due date, after all, what’s a to-do list without a due date right? After those changes, the dislike-but-still-need-to-do-it list looked like this:

To-doBenefitDue date
Apply for the Nexus program for my kidsSaves a lot of time when entering the country.2/1/2020
Replace car’s headlamps with new ones I already boughtIncreased night visibility and car’s re-sell value.2/1/2020

Finally, a to-do list that is informative and manageable. It requires enough effort that keeps items top of mind by reminding me about the benefits of getting them done. Does it work? Only time will tell. So far I have been using this version of the list for almost a month, and since then many items have been completed, it seems to be working.

Conclusion

When going through the process of creating the dislike-but-still-need-to-do-it list list I learned something about myself I didn’t know. I’m driven and motivated by the potential benefits than by fear, knowing about a positive outcome moves me more than knowing the negative consequences of not doing something. I didn’t know this about myself. The process of writing the benefits along with my to-do items takes a little more time, but this extra time is well spent as it helps me understand better the reason I need to do it.

That’s it folks, hope that my experience with my dislike-but-still-need-to-do-it list helps some of you as it helped me to cure the procrastination and get more things done. Cheers.

My favorite writing apps

I recently spent some time trying to find the right writing app, I ran across many of them, and while a few were very good, it wasn’t until I ran across the Bear app that I decided to stop looking.

This app makes writing enjoyable to write, and how is that you ask? Well, it has a clean interface, a not-distraction mode, markdown syntax support, and many other features such as multiple options to share, export, etc.

I have tried other writing apps before, for example, before discovering Bear I was using iA Writer, another excellent writing app. While I still use iWriter when I’m on my iMac, I started using the Bear app because it has free versions for both macOS and iOS. iA Writer supports not only Apple operating systems, but also Windows and Android, and while they offer free trials, iA Writer doesn’t have free versions. I’d gladly pay for the software I use, that’s why I paid for iA Writer for my iMac.

Other Writing Apps and Tools

Another writing tool I use every day is Grammarly, their web interface is pretty good; it is fast and clean. I started using Grammarly out of necessity since English is my second language, a tool to help me fix grammar errors, and the like is something necessary. Grammarly also offers a keyboard for iOS and a browser plugin, but in my opinion, none of those work as well as the web version. Grammarly web is an excellent tool to check your writing, but as of now, it isn’t as good as the Bear app or iA Writer for writing.

WordPress is another place where a lot of my writing takes place, and until recently, their blog post editor was my primary writing editor. I use WordPress for blogging, and their editor has improved quite a bit. It’s a good text editor, it also supports markdown, which I appreciate, but it lacks some of the features the other two writing apps have. For example, the WordPress text editor is great for writing content for your blog, but it is not mean to be used for writing and then exporting your text.

What about MS Word and Google Docs? Well, I use those too, and while they are great for general note-taking or long-form writing, their interface feels dated, and unless you take time to remove some options, the editor will be very busy, it’s not a great writing experience. Other tools I use to take notes and to write ideas are OneNote, DayOne, both awesome apps but not for general writing.  

The ideal writing app

It’s not a surprise that the perfect writing app would be, at least for me, an app that combines the best of the apps I enjoy using for writing. The ideal writing app for me would be one that incorporates the following:

 • The clean design and the distraction-free environment of iA Writer

 • The export features, smart data recognition, rich keyboard shortcuts of the Bear app

 • The AI-powered writing assistance of Grammarly,

Now, if we can combine all of those things into one application, it would be a very valuable application to me and many other writers. B

What’s your ideal writing app? Are there any other apps you use and enjoy? 

A simple change to my morning routine

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There are many ideas and tips out there to help you become more productive and content about the work you do every day. I’ve read many books on the subject, many articles, blog posts, listened to podcasts, etc.

As you can imagine, many things in life can alter your productivity and the way you feel about yourself. With this post, I am not trying to list them all here or give you the ultimate advice about this. Instead, I want to share a simple change in my morning routine that so far, it’s working for me.

Wake up early and train your body to do it without an alarm.

This is an obvious thing to do if you want your day to last you longer. And it isn’t Just about waking up early, but In addition, to change the activities that we do after we wake up. I’ve heard about the idea of waking up at 4 in the morning, I applaud those who can do it, but that’s not me. My ideal wake up time is between 6 and 7 am.

Lately, I’ve been training myself to wake up around 6am but without the help of an alarm. I am doing this because waking up to the terrible and loud sound of a wake up alarm is not fun, and it causes me to feel anxiety just by listening to the terrible sound of my phone’s alarm.

This is what I’ve been doing, I set my alarm with a very soft sound that starts at a low volume level, and the sound increases consistently until it wakes me up. This alarm sound is very soft, even when louder, so it doesn’t make me jump out of bed as my previous alarm sound did.

In the past two weeks, my body has been adjusting to the softer sound, and slowly but surely, I’ve been waking up around 6 am, most days before the alarm goes off.

Drink water and then read for 15 to 30 minutes.

For many years, I’ve spent the first 20-30 minutes of every morning, reading social media posts and email with my phone. Another important bad habit I recently eliminated was to drink two cups of coffee or more, before drinking any water. It was bad.

Today I wake up without looking at my phone, then proceed to have at least one cup of water, and then I open my kindle and read for several minutes. After that, I shower, and then I have my first cup of coffee, a delicious, hot cup of java. In this new morning routine, my phone no longer plays an essential part of my morning, it is empowering.

Reading and drinking water before I look at my phone or computer makes me feel not only happier, but also more present and with more energy to start the day. It makes sense, the water hydrates me, and the reading stimulates my mind. Subsequently, avoiding looking at email and social media eliminates any negative feelings or anxiety.

This is not the first time I try to improve my morning routine, a few years ago I tried journaling every morning, it was the first thing I’ll do but the problem was, I used my computer to do it so opening a social media website was very easy and so I did it often.

Because of that I found journaling challenging, and so it wasn’t enjoyable. The easy access to social media sites in my computer while journaling caused me to fall into my bad habits again, undermining my efforts to avoid looking at my phone first thing every morning.

This time is different, I feel it, reading every morning is delightful to me and like I said above, having that cup of water after in the morning and before any coffee gives me the energy and concentration my body requires to do some reading every morning. It also puts me in a good state of mind to start my day.

Reading a book gives me clarity of mind and a blank palette to start my day. This is important because when I was waking up and reading social media posts, or email, it affected my state of mind, it made me feel stressed, or sad, or anxious about things that didn’t have any relation to my day.

A simple change to my morning routine with these small changes has resulted in a significant positive return. Since my morning routine change took place, my professional work output has increased, I fell less rushed every morning, and just feel more content with myself and the world around me.

Cheers.

Cómo consumir libros mientras caminas, manejas o lavas los platos. Una pista: audiolibros.

Books wrapped by headphones

La cuestión es que, por mucho que se disfrute leyendo libros de papel y también libros en el Kindle, es casi imposible y muy irresponsable hacerlo mientras caminas, lavas los platos o conduces tu automóvil, realmente no es seguro ni conveniente. Ahora, he sabido sobre audiolibros por un tiempo, pero por alguna razón, no había probado estos hasta hace poco. Sin embargo, escuchar podcasts mientras conduzco, camino, o lavo los platos, es algo que he estado haciendo durante mucho tiempo. Escuchar audio mientras realizas otras actividades físicas o muy repetitivas no solo es posible, sino que también es agradable, y sí, realmente lavo los platos a mano en casa para poder escuchar podcasts y audiolibros.

Los audiolibros cruzaron mi vida durante un viaje por carretera a Florida el año pasado, cuando experimenté escuchar un audiolibro de principio a fin mientras conducía durante varias horas desde Texas a Florida.

El audiolibro fue “Becoming” por Michelle Obama, mi esposa me había pedido que lo comprara, así que terminamos escuchándolo durante este viaje por carretera. El libro fue largo pero muy entretenido y emocionante, en general fue genial. Aprendimos mucho sobre Michelle Obama, y ​​también sobre su esposo, el presidente Obama. Pero lo que más me sorprendió fue que el formato de audio era realmente fácil de seguir, realmente lo disfrutamos. Y esto es todo lo que necesite para engancharme con los audiolibros.

Lo siguiente que hice después de eso fue comprar otro libro, Sapiens. De animales a dioses: Una breve historia de la humanidad por Yuval Noah Harari, este es un libro que quería leer desde hace ya un tiempo y desde que supe que iba a conducir desde Austin, TX a Seattle, WA, pensé que sería una excelente manera de pasar las horas manejando, escuchando este libro. Lo fue, y ahora es uno de mis libros favoritos que he escuchado o leído en este año, hasta la fecha.

Lo que pasa con los audiolibros es que, aunque no están tan pulidos como los podcasts, son una muy buena manera de consumir libros, especialmente si no puedes encontrar el tiempo para sentarte y leer. Ahora, para mí, los audiolibros no son un reemplazo de los libros en papel o Kindle, pero definitivamente son una opción cuando quieres consumir un libro mientras haces una actividad donde la lectura no es una opción.

Al final, lo que recomiendo es que consumas más libros, en forma de audio, o leyéndolos, no importa, simplemente hazlo. Elimina todas las barreras que te impiden aprender y descubrir cosas nuevas comúnmente ocultas en libros y/o audiolibros.

Recientemente escribí sobre cómo la lectura te ayuda a encontrar el éxito, la publicación está en español, pero puedes traducirla fácilmente o esperar hasta que publique una versión en inglés. Ve a leer y a escuchar más.

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How to consume books while hiking, driving, or washing dishes. Hint: Audiobooks.

Books wrapped by headphones

The thing is, as much as I enjoy reading paper books and also books in my kindle, it’s nearly impossible and highly irresponsible to do it while walking, washing dishes, or driving, it really isn’t safe. Now, I’ve known about Audible for a while, but for some reason, just never tried it until recently. However, listening to podcasts while driving, running, hiking, washing dishes, etc. it’s something I’ve been doing for a while now. Listening to audio while doing other physical or very repetitive activities is not only possible but enjoyable, and yes, I really do wash dishes just so I can listen to podcasts and audiobooks.

Audiobooks crossed my life recently, it was during a road trip to Florida last year when I experienced listening to an audiobook from beginning to end while driving for several hours from Texas to Florida.

The audiobook was Becoming by Michelle Obama, my wife had asked me to buy it, and so we ended up listening to it during this road trip. The book was long but very entertaining and exciting, it was great overall. We learned a lot about Michelle Obama, and also her husband, President Obama. But what it surprised me the most, it was the audio format was actually easy to follow, We truly enjoyed it. And this is all it took to be hooked to audiobooks.

The next thing I did after that was to buy another book, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari, which I’ve wanted to read for a while and since I knew I was about to drive from Austin, TX to Seattle, WA, I thought it would be a great way to consume this book. It was, and it is now one of my favorite books I’ve listened to or read this year so far.

The thing with audiobooks is that, while they aren’t as polished as podcasts, they are a pretty good way to consume books, especially if you can’t find the time to sit and read. Now, for me, audiobooks aren’t a replacement of paper or kindle books, but they are definitely an option when you want to consume a book while doing an activity where reading isn’t an option.

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In the end, whichever way you find more sustainable and entertaining for you to consume books, just do it. Eliminate all the barriers that are preventing you from learning and discovering new things usually hidden in books/audiobooks. I recently wrote about how reading help you find success, the post is in Spanish, but you can easily translate it or wait until I post an English version of it. Go read/listen more. Cheers.

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