How to earn more money?

  1. Invest in yourself 10% of what you earn: People want free things, but if you have free things you rarely value them, human beings have this rare characteristic of valuing what costs us the most. In order to improve as a person we always need to invest in ourselves, an investment that will always pay off beyond what is expected. For every dollar you spend on your education, on books, on skills, on your relationships, you will always get at least the cost of what you have spent, which in itself is already a great business.
  2. Spend at least 80% of your leisure time on learning: The age in which now the people live is on the consumption era rather than the production side. Think well how much of what you have used, eaten, seen, touched has been produced by you? It is said with great success that when we buy something we are buying someone else’s dreams because that product, food, dress, movie is the product of the dream and reality that someone else had and for which you are paying. Every second spent on social networks is time consumed, instead of making your future better, you just wasted it. Just like eating badly, each badly consumed time leaves you in a worse situation. Every moment invested leaves you better. We do not expect you to stop having leisure time in entertainment, but as long as that time is an investment in your relationships (with your friends, your parents, your family or your colleagues) or in yourself (educate yourself, read a good book, exercise). The most successful people are people who learn intensively, and constantly, they are people who read frantically to learn new things. They do it because they know that what they do is what determines the way they see the world. They know that the better quality of knowledge they consume, the better their future will be. How can you expect to produce better and more valuable things if all you do is spend time on your social networks or watching netlifx? What you consume translates exactly into what you produce. You consume garbage, you produce garbage.
  3. Invest at least 10% of what you earn in tools that will generate more money. Those with high incomes are not rich, people who earn a lot increase their consumption in such a way that it makes a perfect match with what they earn, when they earn more they consume more, in fact many of these people only consume, which is sad in itself. Very few people make money to make more money. One of the tools can be the stock market, or generate your own business, or buy a car to visit more clients and sell more, or publish your facebook or instagram page with attractive photos, everything you do has to have a focus, a positive focus.
  4. Shift your focus from Receive to Give: “The world gives to those who give and takes from those who take.” Everyone is focused on having more, getting something for themselves, more and more, me and me. However when you become aware of the world, when you wake up from this world of consumption and selfishness you become aware that we are all the same entity. You will have more ideas on how to make the lives of others better, how to improve the business of others, how to provide unique value to others, which will keep you motivated and take you to new levels of trust and appreciation for life.
  5. Become very, very good at Scoail Media Marketing: It is a very bad lie to believe that only marketers need to know marketing, imagine a taxi driver who knows how to segment his clientele, how to have business cards for people who, knowing that he provides quality service, good treatment and good disposition consider it as your favorite taxi, this would help them have more customers and therefore earn more. Marketing is applied psychology, it is connecting people, persuading them and helping them. Marketing is just making your job easier to use and find. People will not appear and magically want to buy your service or product, people will not enter your post to magically read it. For the same reason many people are bad at teaching. They are poorly focused on content than delivery and content design. But delivery, the “how” is so, if not more important, than what you are doing or why you do it. You can have the cure for cancer but if you don’t know how to sell it you will never get people to heal.
  6. Do not focus on the chain of “Time-Effort-Money”: Focus on “Results”. Many people think that by working longer, more effort will get more money in return. That is a completely wrong approach, imagine how many hours you can dedicate to your work.

[Libros] Los 10 Mejores Libros sobre Negocios de todos los Tiempos [Download Ebooks]


Una persona no puede avanzar sin la ayuda del conocimiento de alguien más, la mejor forma hasta el día de hoy siguen siendo los libros. Por ello, compartimos esta lista que muchas personas gerentes y renombradas sugieren que se debe leer:

  1. Barbarians at the Gate – Bryan Burrough, habla sobre el abuso en el caso de la empresa Nabisco en 1988 de los empleadores hacia sus trabajadores. Barbarians at the Gate PDF Direct Download Link
  2. The Innovator’s Dilemma – Clayton Christensen, aclamado por Steve Jobs, explica que mientras más exitosa es una empresa más dificil es innovar. The Innovator’s Dilemma PDF Download Link of the Book (Torrent)
  3. Too Big to Fail – Andrew Ross, cuenta la historia de la crisis del 2007-2008. Too Big to Fail PDF Direct Download Link
  4. Liar’s Poker – Michael Lewis, cuenta sobre la burbuja en la que viven las personas que trabajan en una mesa de dinero. Liar’s Poker PDF Direct Download Link (Libro en Español)
  5. The Intelligent Investor – Benjamin Graham, te da los mejores datos sobre cómo invertir si es que quieres iniciarte en el mundo de la bolsa de valores. The Intelligent Investor PDF Direct Download Link
  6. The Black Swan -Nassim Taleb, aprenderás sobre cómo los sistemas de predicción altamente profesionales no incluyen escenarios super adversos, lo cual genera estas grandes crisis como las que sufrimos en el 07-08. Black Swan En Español Link Descarga Directa PDF
  7. Lords of Finance – Liaquat Ahamed, el libro comenta sobre como una poca cantidad de seres humanos, como los banqueros centrales tienen tanto poder como para hacer a la gente más pobre o hacerla vivir en condiciones de estabilidad. Lords of the Finance PDF Download Direct Link Torrent
  8. Good to Great – Jim Collins, estudia los casos de las empresas que son grandes y determina qué las separa de aquellas empresas que solo llegan a ser buenas. Good to Great PDF Download Direct Link
  9. The Lean Startup – Eric Ries, es el código o manual básico para todo emprendedor. The Lean Startup PDF File Download Link
  10. Thinking Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahneman, demuestra que los seres humanos no siempre hacen decisiones racionales y que están controlados por sesgos inconscientes y actúan impulsivamente.  Thinking Fast and Slow PDF Direct Download Link En Español

The 7 Best Ideas in George Orwell’s 1984 Book (With Download Link)


Day by day we see how technology floods us with new applications, new ways of being always connected, always looking at a screen (including myself I’m writing this I have three screens around me), always sharing what we do, always watching it what others do. This Utopian world keeps us very close, does not it? No. In this world where we are increasingly looking for the union, we can see how the disconnection in the real world is given to increasing measures: how many times in the last month you met with someone physically without their cellphone? We always have a screen with us, always with the concentration half, always distracted, doped, controlled by a few companies that own the people who devote their time and money to feed this system in which we live and in which nobody, or very few, think about what they are doing with their time and who benefit from the activities they do.

Take this flood of screens today, and let’s think about the world of 1984, in this world all humans have a screen receiver and transmitter everywhere, screen that can’t be turned off or control, so that everyone is always being watched and Receiving information and belonging to a totalitarian government ruled by the big brother, who are not allowed to think for themselves. These ideas that were raised more than three decades ago can still be seen and are more effective than ever today.


  1. Who controls the past controls the future, who controls the present controls the past. The only way to convey the knowledge that human beings have for each other for generations is through writing. You have already seen how most of the Inca traditions or peoples of that time who had not developed writing and therefore all accumulated knowledge that they obtained were lost to posterity. History books and books in general are the source we use to know about the past, now imagine that someone burns and disappears all the books and modifies all the history articles and removes all cassettes, records, mp3s and recordings on our Past and decide to rewrite history, how would future generations know what actually happened? He who controls the past then controls the future.
  2. Your worst enemy is your own nervous system, because when you least expect it the tension accumulated within you could be translated into a visible symptom. How many times have you shouted to your relatives because you do not have patience with them not for them but for the tension accumulated by traffic, heat, exams, work, life itself? Not being able to control your nervous system, can be your worst enemy in many occasions in your life.
  3. Until they are conscious, they will not rebel, and without rebellion they will not be conscious. Why doesn’t our society scream for something that has real importance? Why are banal marches generated? Why do they protest about gender inclusion and ideology? Why not march for corruption, for death stupidly in robberies, why not for the lack of hospitals in the farthest corners, for extreme poverty? Everyone is dumbfounded watching on the side, watching their cell phones or receiving the gossip that television gives them.1984-by-opallynn-d4lnuoh
  4. Life is a momentary struggle against hunger, cold, sleep, against a stomachache or toothache. It is clear in many books that happiness is not a perpetual state, but it is found in the solutions of everyday problems, those problems that bother us like a stone in the shoe and whose resolution temporarily alleviates us, such as finding a better job , Earn more money, improve on grades or just be able to sleep a few more hours.
  5. Throughout history and probably since the late Neolithic period, there have been three kinds of people in the world: upper class, middle class, and lower class. The essential structure of society has never changed. Even after enormous revolts and apparently irrevocable changes, the same order has been re-established.
  6. The general increase of wealth threatens to destroy hierarchical societies. In a world where everyone enjoys benefits like working less and earning more, being rich would no longer be different. If everyone were rich, the large masses of people who are usually brutalized by poverty would end up growing up and learning to think for themselves, and sooner or later they would determine that the privileged minority lacks function and would end it. In the long run a hierarchical society was only possible if it was based on poverty and ignorance.
  7. The goal of the upper class is to continue where you are. The one of the middle class is to take the place to the upper class. The objective of the lower class, when it has it, because it usually happens that the lower class is so overwhelmed by overwork that only intermittently can be aware of anything other than their daily life, is to abolish all differences and create A society where all are equal.
  8. The upper class is usually secure in power, but often loses the ability to govern. Then the middle class, which attracts its side to the lower class pretending to fight for freedom and justice. When the middle class achieves its objective, it forgets the lower class and it returns to its situation of servitude. Of the three groups, the lower classes never achieve their goals, only get a change in the name of their masters.


Under the previous premises, the proletarians are no threat, if left alone, will continue to work, reproducing, dying generation after generation without feeling the urge to rebel and without coming to understand that the world could be different, led as zombies by Social networks, spending their time watching gossip programs or banal television, spending their money on the weekend to return on Monday to work to be able to repeat the circle until the end of days. And you? What do you want to be? Proletarian all life? Or Do you prefer to open your eyes and better choose your authorities, consume programs with social content and continue to cultivate knowledge? I believe that nobody would like to live as a prole all life, not at least someone who detested the mediocrity in which we currently live. Read more, open your eyes.

So, if you want to read it, here it is the download link: George Orwell – 1984

[Libros] Así es como te dominan sin que te des cuenta [Basado en 1984 de George Orwell]


Día a día vemos cómo la tecnología nos inunda de nuevas aplicaciones, de nuevas formas de estar siempre conectado, siempre mirando a una pantalla (inclusive yo que estoy escribiendo esto tengo tres pantallas a mi alrededor), siempre compartiendo lo que hacemos, siempre viendo lo que hacen los demás. Este mundo utópico nos mantiene muy unidos no? No. En este mundo donde se busca cada vez más la unión, podemos observar cómo es que la desconexión en el mundo real se da a medidas cada vez mayores: cuántas veces en el último mes te has reunido con alguien físicamente sin que vean su celular? Siempre tenemos una pantalla con nosotros, siempre con la concentración a medias, siempre distraídos, dopados, controlados por unas cuántas empresas dueñas de las personas quienes dedican su tiempo y dinero a alimentar a este sistema en el cual vivimos y en el cual nadie, o muy pocos, se ponen a pensar qué es lo que están haciendo con su tiempo y a quien benefician con las actividades que hacen.

Tomemos esta inundación de pantallas actual, y pensemos en el mundo de 1984, en este mundo todos los seres humanos tienen una pantalla receptora y emisora en todos lados, pantalla que no pueden apagar ni controlar, de tal manera que todos están siempre siendo vigilados y recibiendo información y pertenecen a un gobierno totalitarista gobernado por el gran hermano, a quienes no se les permite pensar por sí mismos. Estas ideas que se plantearon hace más de tres décadas atrás aún se pueden ver y están más vigentes que nunca en la actualidad.


  1. Quien controla el pasado controla el futuro, quien controla el presente controla el pasado. La única forma de transmitir los conocimientos que tienen los seres humanos entre sí por generaciones es mediante la escritura. Ya has visto cómo la mayoría de las tradiciones incaicas o de pueblos de aquella época que no habían desarrollado la escritura y por lo tanto todo el conocimiento acumulado que obtuvieron se perdieron para la posteridad. Los libros de historia y los libros en general son la fuente que utilizamos para saber sobre el pasado, ahora imagina que alguien quema y desaparece todos los libros y modifica todos los artículos de historia y elimina todos los cassettes, discos, mp3 y grabaciones sobre nuestro pasado y decide escribir nuevamente la historia, cómo sabrían las generaciones futuras qué es lo que en realidad sucedió? El que controla el pasado entonces controla el futuro.
  2. Tu peor enemigo es tu propio sistema nervioso, pues cuando menos lo esperas la tensión acumulada en tu interior podía traducirse en un síntoma visible. Cuántas veces le has gritado a tus familiares debido a que no tienes paciencia con ellos no por ellos si no por la tensión acumulada por el tráfico, el calor, los exámenes, el trabajo, la vida en sí misma? El no poder controlar tu sistema nervioso, puede ser tu peor enemigo en muchas ocasiones en tu vida.
  3. Hasta que no tomen conciencia no se rebelarán, y sin rebelarse no tomarán conciencia. ¿Por qué nuestra sociedad no grita por algo que tiene verdadera importancia? Por qué se generan marchas banales? Por qué protestan por la inclusión e ideología de género? Por qué no marchar por la corrupción, por la muerte de manera estúpida en robos, por qué no por la falta de hospitales en los rincones más alejados, por la extrema pobreza? Todos están embobados viendo al costado, mirando sus celulares o recibiendo los chismes que les brinda la televisión.

1984-14. La vida es una lucha momentánea contra el hambre, el frío, el sueño, contra un dolor de estómago o de muelas. Es claro en muchos libros que la felicidad no es un estado perpetuo, si no que se encuentra en las soluciones de los problemas cotidianos, aquellos problemas que nos incomodan como una piedra en el zapato y cuya resolución nos alivia momentáneamente, como encontrar un mejor trabajo, ganar más dinero, mejorar en las notas o simplemente poder dormir unas horas más.

5. A lo largo de la historia y probablemente desde finales del neolítico, ha habido en el mundo tres clases de personas: las de clase alta, las de clase media y las de clase baja. La estructura esencial de la sociedad no se ha modificado nunca. Incluso después de enormes revueltas y de cambios en apariencia irrevocables, ha vuelto a establecerse el mismo orden.

6. El aumento general de la riqueza amenaza con destruir las sociedades jerárquicas. En un mundo en el que todo el mundo gozara de beneficios como trabajar menos y ganar más, ser rico ya no sería ser diferente. Si todo el mundo fuera rico, la gran masa de población que por lo general están embrutecidas por la pobreza terminarían cultivándose y aprendiendo a pensar por sí mismas y más tarde o temprano terminarían por determinar que aquella minoría privilegiada carece de función y acabarían con ella. A largo plazo una sociedad jerárquica solo era posible si se basaba en la pobreza y la ignorancia.

bigbri7. El objetivo de la clase alta consiste en continuar donde está. El de la clase media es quitarle el sitio a la clase alta. El objetivo de la clase baja, cuando lo tiene, porque suele suceder que la clase baja está tan abrumada por el trabajo excesivo que solo de manera intermitente puede ser consciente de cualquier cosa que no sea su vida cotidiana, es abolir todas las diferencias y crear una sociedad en donde todos sean iguales.

La clase alta normalmente está segura en el poder, pero pierde a menudo la capacidad de gobernar. Entonces la desplaza la clase media, que atrae a su bando a la clase baja fingiendo luchar por libertad y justicia. Cuando la clase media logra su objetivo, se olvida de la clase baja y esta vuelve a su situación de servidumbre. De los tres grupos, la clase baja nunca consigue sus objetivos, solo obtienen un cambio en el nombre de sus señores.

Bajo las premisas anteriores, los proletarios no constituyen ninguna amenaza, si se les deja en paz, seguirán trabajando, reproduciéndose, muriendo generación tras generación sin sentir el impulso de rebelarse y sin llegar a entender que el mundo podría ser diferente, llevados como zombis por las redes sociales, gastando su tiempo viendo programas de chismes o televisión banal, gastando su dinero en el fin de semana para volver el día lunes a trabajar para poder repetir el circulo hasta el fin de los días. Y tu? Qué quieres ser? Proletario toda la vida? O Prefieres abrir los ojos y elegir mejor a tus autoridades, consumir programas con contenido social y seguir culturizandote en conocimiento? Yo creo que a nadie le gustaría vivir como prole toda la vida, no al menos alguien que le deteste la mediocridad en la cual actualmente vivimos. Lee más, abre los ojos.

Link de descarga del libro:  George Orwell – 1984