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Los 10 mayores influencias sobre el Zen hábitos

"Usted no debe perder la fe en la humanidad.La humanidad es un océano,y si algunas gotas del océano están sucias,el océano no se ensucie ".- Mahatma Gandhi

Escritor o de la persona que no sea plenamente formado sin ninguna influencia del mundo exterior.Desde luego,no - mis escritos están influidos por decenas de escritores y personas en mi vida diaria,desde los escritores que estoy enamorado de a mis seres queridos y mucho más.

Pero hay 10 personas que han influido en el contenido de este blog sobre todos los demás,y aunque corro el peligro de dejar a cabo muchas personas importantes con esta lista,pensé que había compartir con ustedes mis influencias,en espera que ellos ser útil.

"Lo principal es mantener lo principal lo principal."- Stephen R.Covey

  1. Elaine St.James.El tema principal en este sitio,entre varias,es la simplicidad.Influye en todo lo que escribir.Y Elaine St.James escritos,sin duda,me enseñó más de lo que sé acerca de la simplicidad.Leer mi libro de examen .
  2. David Allen.En los días anteriores de este sitio,he escrito mucho sobre David Allen Hacer las cosas ...Yo no escribir mucho más sobre él,pero sus métodos de informar a gran parte de lo que hago y escribir,y yo no le dan suficiente crédito.Era obviamente una gran inspiración para Para Zen Hecho y otros puestos.Si no está familiarizado con GTD,comprar el libro,o más información: GTD FAQ , Lista de Recursos masiva GTD , Guía del principiante a GTD ,and más .
  3. Stephen Covey.No sé si he escrito directamente sobre Covey y su gran influencia 7 Hábitos de la Gente Altamente Efectiva ,but I read him when I was youngyI think some of his principles have influenced me ever since.Of course,I wrote about his Grandes rocas ,and this concept of important over urgent is key to Para Zen Hecho .
  4. Lifehacker. Gina Trapani y Adam Pash ycrew at Lifehacker showed me what a great blog can do.They’ve been an inspiration for Zen Habits,obviously,since Day 1,and many of my concepts were learned about through them.
  5. Señora volar.I’ve been a fan of FlyLady.net for awhile now,and if you’ve ever read heryZen Habits,you’d probably guess that.She taught me about the power of routinesybaby steps,both important concepts here.
  6. Get Rich lentamente.J.D.Roth at Get Rich lentamente was one of the first bloggers I read regularly,and his no-frills,authentic voice showed me what blogging should be,and what I could do.I often compare him to Darren Rowse of ProBlogger ,only because they both write with authenticity.GRS also influenced many of my concepts about frugalityycommon-sense personal finance.
  7. Su dinero o su vida.If J.D.Roth influenced my personal finance philosophy,Joe DominguezyVicki Robin set the foundation with Su dinero o su vida .Their book will transform your life.Read mi libro de examen .
  8. Gandhi.I’m not sure how to describe Gandhi’s influence over this site,as I don’t often write directly about his teachings.But he taught me about simplicity,about using love to conquer your enemies,and about the essential truth of the human spirit.He influences who I am,and therefore what I write.I should write más about this sometime.Read his autobiografía yone of my favorites, El Esencial Gandhi .
  9. 43 Carpetas.Like Lifehacker,Merlin Mann’s 43 Carpetas was a favorite of mine before I started Zen Habits.His writing is funyinventive,his tips are insightful,and his site is extremely useful.He doesn’t seem to write as much anymás,but I’m sure he’s extremely busy.Wonderful writer.Actualizar: I didn’t know this,but apparently Merlin isn’t writing as much because he’s on paternity leave.Thanks Balfour!
  10. Budismo Zen.I’ve been criticized for using the word “Zen” in the title of this blog as a commercialized appropriation of the word,so that I could seem “cool”.I accept that criticism,although I honestly never intended for it to be that way.I’ve also been criticized because I don’t write about Zen,or because my writings aren’t “Zen”.I accept that as well.However,even if I don’t write about Zen,there is no doubt in my mind that some of the principles of Budismo Zen have greatly influenced this site.When I write about focusing on the now,on the task before you,that is from my readings of Zen.When I write about running being my zazen,and about finding the essentials in our lives,that is also from my readings of Zen.The book that influenced me most was probably Zen Mind,Beginner’s Mind .
  11. Prima: Mi mamá.I just had to mention the person who is the biggest influence on who I am,and therefore influences this site daily.My mom is a wonderful person,caring,passionate,kind,patient.I aspire to be as good as her.I’ve followed in her footsteps,first as a journalist,later in politics,and now in pursuing something that I’m passionate about — I blog,and she is launching a non-profit online encyclopedia about Guam called Guampedia (todavía no iniciado).

“I believe in equality for everyone,except reportersyphotographers.” - Mahatma Gandhi

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