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The Mesa Method: An Outsider's Perspective

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In 2014, author and productivity expert Tiago Forte was invited to Brazil to take part in an experimental new working format called "Mesa." He didn't know many details. Just that he would be working alongside some of the smartest and most accomplished people in the world, that they would be solving a difficult challenge together, and that all this would happen, somehow, wi ...more
Kindle Edition, 77 pages
Published March 10th 2019
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Rodrigo Oliveira
It’s a brochure or advertising of MESA method. The autor tell some points of the experience he lived in one MESA meeting.

If you’re curious like me, after seeing lot of the advertising of MESA in social media, you’ll know a little bit more about the method.

Apart of the superficialities of the information about the MESA practical process, i have nice insights for future reunions or meetings with my team. Expect that you can get something valid too.
Jeremy Brown
Apr 29, 2019 rated it it was ok
Disappointing, this is a sales tool for the folks at Mesa and doesn’t really open up on the Mesa method. I wouldn’t bother to read this book to find out about Mesa, just read a few blog posts out there about mesa instead.
Joshua
Mar 07, 2020 rated it liked it
Interesting but hard to grasp fully

Felt like it wandered a bit. Needed more examples. Useful but scattered nuggets.

Why. Require. More. Words. For. A Review kindle. :)
Thomas Dattoli
Nov 29, 2019 rated it really liked it
Insightful Study

This book is a quick read that demonstrates the point the author is making. You can quickly learn new business ideas that you will implement in your own life.
Sharon Lewis
Sep 12, 2019 rated it it was ok
It’s an advertorial, but an interesting process.

Quick easy read, obviously a pitch for the Mesa process and training school but does give a good overview of the process.
Finlay
Mar 18, 2019 rated it liked it
Maybe interesting, but very little substance or personal experience. Reads like a brochure for Mesa.
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The Mess Method stresses the importance of setting the stage in order to improve productivity and accomplish goals.
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Tiago Forte was born in South Laguna, California in 1985 to immigrant parents from Brazil and the Philippines. After growing up in Orange County, he studied abroad in Brazil, worked in microfinance in Colombia, served in the Peace Corps in Ukraine, and worked in product development consulting for large companies. In 2013 he founded Forte Labs, an education company for professional development in t ...more

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