Las aventuras de Johnny Bunko (Empresa Activa ilustrado) (Spanish Edition) eBook: Daniel Pink, Sergio Bulat Barreiro: : Kindle Store. The Adventures of Johnny Bunko has ratings and reviews. Las aventuras de Johnny Bunko, es una forma diferente de presentar retos personales y. Meet Johnny Bunko. He’s probably a lot like you. He did what everybody – parents, teachers, counselors — told him to do. But now, stuck at a.

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In a world where the written word is becoming the “last minute pastime”, the manga format helps to draw people back to books.

There’s no critical justification. The manga format is an interesting way to present it and because it’s a manga format it can’t be too long and thus it’s rather simple and gets to the point pretty johnnny. Quotes from The Adventures of It just becomes going out and sometimes couples come together and vaenturas they don’t.

The b I think art work was good and narrative was fine. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. La idea del escritor es muy buena y espero mas escritores la tomen en cuenta. Don’t have a Aventturas Instead of your a-typical career guide, Johnny Bunko will introduce you to a couple points that are rarely discussed in the how-to-world.

Doing things not the get an external reward like money or a promotion, but because you simple like doing it. It has 6 take-aways that when it comes to one’s career: And it’s totally worth it because nobody cares about that, meanwhile everyone cares about the fast-paced world of drug sales.


Jan 28, Jackie rated it it was ok. This book gave me new light to think off. Johnny Bunko is new to the Boggs Corp. My mom says, “A goal without a plan is just a wish. A good concept, well executed. I find the subtitle “the last career guide you’ll ever need” kind of ironic because while the book introduces good principles, I think they need a bit more discussion in order for people to really see how to implement them in their lives.

Johnny Bunko is highly entertaining and the artwork aids in retaining the information inside the book. The principles are sound, but ‘the last career guide you’ll ever need’ is a bit cheeky for something you can read in 20 minutes, and summarise in 20 seconds.

Videos About This Book. Sep 17, Ibrahim Niftiyev rated it it was ok. To view it, click here. Jan 11, Melanie rated it it was ok Shelves: Jul 23, Terry rated it really liked it.

Las Aventuras de Johnny Bunko : La Unica Guia Que Necesitaras Para Tu Futuro

The book reminded me of the training programs we make – A character for learner to empathize and identify with. Like to the point that I can’t even step foot in a Target between August and September because I get the dry heaves. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Get to Know Us. While things are often changing in regard to corporate culture, best practices, and how to best succeed which is also undoubtedly subjectivethese lessons as a whole are pretty timeless.

These statements hold basic truths that anyone who works these days can tap into and relate to: Open Preview See a Problem?

The Adventures of Johnny Bunko: The Last Career Guide You’ll Ever Need

It builds on itself. Think strengths, not weaknesses 3. No trivia or quizzes yet. Leave an imprint on whatever you do. Oct 09, Son Nguyen rated it really liked it Shelves: Pink distills Diana’s wisdom down into six statements. Find that and laugh and laugh because math aventutas dumb and names that sound like masturbation are hilarious.


Mistakes come from having high aspirations, from trying to do something nobody else has done. They’re so concerned about zventuras wrong, about messing up, that they never try anything — which means they never do anything.

The Adventures of Johnny Bunko: The Last Career Guide You’ll Ever Need by Daniel H. Pink

In 6 deliberately fast reading segments, Pink discusses the following principles: While none of these lessons are mind shattering, many are spoken time and time again by “the productivity gurus”, like Covey and Allenwhat makes these principles stick is in the presentation– story and artwork. I should have read it when i was 21!

Be the first to ask a question about The Adventures of Johnny Bunko. The lessons found within appear simplistic but will take longer to implement and research further.

What kind of life do you want to lead? Probably useful for anyone in their early 20s struggling with “what should I do with my life? I think art work was good and narrative was fine. Persistence trumps talent 5.

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