Paul Akers discuss his 4 Lean Books, 2 Second Lean, Lean Health, Lean Travel, and in 2019, Lean Life will be available. For more information on Paul’s book, press here.
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Paul Akers recommends looking around at airports and airport lounges. Sometime the best stuff is a little harder to find.
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Paul Akers provides his top travel tips that he discusses in his new book, Lean Travel.
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Often when I read books, I’m not quite sure what the author’s main point is, so I find myself racking my brain to figure out what he or she is trying to communicate. This can be frustrating and time-consuming, so when I write, I want my meaning to be as clear as possible.
To make it easier for my readers, I try to include a section that explicitly summarizes it into just one simple concept. For example, in my first book, 2 Second Lean, the goal was to teach the reader to “learn to see waste.” In my second book, Lean Health, I said I wanted you to “treat your body like you would treat a Ferrari.” With Lean Travel, I want to show you how to “travel light and with a grateful heart.”