¿Para qué sirven los libros de autoayuda?

Estuvo piola el fotógrafo Ken Trogowski: tomó más de 100 libros de autoayuda y reconfiguró sus frases e ideas en collages que revierten algunos preconceptos y dan lugar a nuevos mensajes.

“Juntos, los títulos crean narrativas más grandes que se convierten en retratos de las emociones, la gente y los acontecimientos de la vida”, explicó Trogowski.

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  1. Hugo 13 febrero, 2016 at 11:51

    The main stream media in the US is still using gov’t. resealed figures (that are inaccurate) and spouting off helpful hints on finding work (“remember to sit up straight during interviews” chirps the *journalist*).Those of us here that are preparing are viewed as nutjobs or terrorist wanna-bes…although that view is changing a bit. Stories about storing food and having a vegetable garden in suburbia are starting to be seen, albeit slowly.Locally, I have noticed that the Master Gardener classes are filled within 48 hours of being announced. Firearms, for hunting and self defense are flying off the shelves.Shopping at thrift stores and consignment shops has become the “new chic”. Clothes are referred to as *vintage*, not *used*.Maybe it is because I live in the oil region of Texas, which has a history of “boom or bust” economics, but everyone I know here is preparing, in one way or another, for the worsening economic times.Our economy here is still rattling along nicely. Still plenty of jobs to be had, if one is willing to work hard.But the consensus is that the situation will worsen and everyone better be ready.

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