ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever (Paperback)
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DescriptionFrom the founders of the trailblazing software company 37signals, here is a different kind of business book - one that explores a new reality. Today, anyone can be in business. Tools that used to be out of reach are now easily accessible. Technology that cost thousands is now just a few pounds or even free. Stuff that was impossible just a few years ago is now simple. That means anyone can start a business. And you can do it without working miserable 80-hour weeks or depleting your life savings. You can start it on the side while your day job provides all the cash flow you need. Forget about business plans, meetings, office space - you don't need them. With its straightforward language and easy-is-better approach, "Rework" is the perfect playbook for anyone who's ever dreamed of doing it on their own. Hardcore entrepreneurs, small-business owners, people stuck in day jobs who want to get out, and artists who don't want to starve anymore will all find valuable inspiration and guidance in these pages. It's time to rework work.
- Published: 01 May 2010
- Format: Paperback 288 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780091929787 ISBN 10: 0091929784
- Sales rank: 915
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Reviews for ReWork
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A superb book for business owners on how to work better, cut clutter and improve productivity. by Ian Hillman
For anyone willing to start a new business. probably your two most valuable assets will be your idea and this book,
Can be read in less than an afternoon althought i will really recommend to read it slowly, stop and think about every single chapter... by Josep Ma. Serra
All small business owners need this book
An interesting and easy-to-read book that challenges many deeply embedded business ideas and methods on their head such as staff resource management and recruitment (do it yourself until it hurts), doing what you want rather than what customers tell you, deliberately letting customers go as they outgrow you and the authors' opinions on startups and entrepreneurs.
Whilst many of their ideas made sense I didn't agree with all of them. Then again, I've never run a successful business like 37signals so what would I know? by Nathanael Boehm