A trip through Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America leads Rob Martinez to rethink \"absolute truths\" and, on the way, discover where all the smiles of the world are kept; how the Dutch experience the power of the wind; what is the price we must pay to achieve our goals, and how much do we know about inspiration, dreams, and our capabilities.AT AMAZON
ACERCA DEL LIBRO
A trip through Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America leads Rob Martinez to rethink \"absolute truths\" and, on the way, discover where all the smiles of the world are kept; how the Dutch experience the power of the wind; what is the price we must pay to achieve our goals, and how much do we know about inspiration, dreams, and our capabilities. Also, you will get to know the ups and downs of living together with some teenagers in Buenos Aires, which will give rise to reflection on love, friendship, and ultimately, our way of relating. The tour is completed with stories that address -from humor, while always leaving the door open for debate- the process of spiritual, creative and professional growth. The articles that make up the \"Time and the Place of Things\" are not simple stories without an exact chronology. If the texts sound different from each other it is because they were written years apart, along which the ideas mutated, the capacity for observation was sharpened and a voice, with which we can identify at all times, was consolidated.
ACERCA DEL AUTOR
Rob Martínez cuenta con una licenciatura en Ciencias de la Comunicación, una especialización en Marketing y Negocios, y un amplio historial profesional en radio, televisión y medios digitales. Es, además, voice talent, conferencista y consultor multimedia. Desde 2011 es CEO de la agencia de marketing y comunicación Ridyn Digital y editor en jefe de la multiplataforma Ridyn.com.
Desde ese mismo año conduce Ridyn Cast, el podcast insignia de dicha plataforma. En 2018 se dio a conocer en el mundo de las letras con su libro El tiempo y el lugar de las cosas, publicado por esta misma casa editorial. El fascinante mundo del «podcasting». Una guía para el recién llegado es su segundo y esperado trabajo.
It is a book to enjoy, to feel accompanied. I read it in parts, each story or topic made me reflect on the importance of things and time. It does not expire, it is eternal.
I can agree or not with some topics of the articles but without a doubt there are many of them that moved me.
I read it the same day I bought it on Amazon. It is easy to read, friendly, at times inconsistent but certainly passionate.
Rob Martinez is like any guy who decided to write one day. Each story has a certain familiarity, it is close and earthly. There were certain articles that I liked more than others but it is a very friendly book.