A Joosr Guide to… ReWork by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson

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In today's world, conventional business principles and theories are simply redundant. Don't listen to the standard advice, and don't succumb to outdated practices and ideas. You can find success by going against the norm.

Rework reveals that there is no right way to go about starting a business, and that you don't need a certain education or specific talent to do so. This book contains unique advice, contrary to conventional recommendations, learned firsthand by the individuals who successfully started the trailblazing software company 37signals. When you have the right idea, drive, and attitude toward your work, you too will become a successful business owner, just like them.

You will learn:

· Why creating an extensive business plan won't help you get started, and what you should do instead

· How to find the right business idea to bring you success

· Why keeping your company small is actually smarter than trying to expand.
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    fleurotiquehas quoted2 years ago
    Don’t grow for the sake of growing—only expand if it’s the right move for your business.
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    If you can solve a problem that you have experienced personally, then you have a viable business model.
    fleurotiquehas quoted2 years ago
    Try not to become addicted to work, and do not run your business based on the misguided principle that more hours will equal increased revenue. Rather, you should look for places to cut back on your hours, and ensure that you take regular breaks and vacations. If a project becomes too consuming, take a step back before you end up turning your passions and exciting ideas into things that you resent and dread, or that detract from the rest of your life. Keep your working week to 40 hours maximum, and you will ensure that the quality of your work is the best that it can be.

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