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Change The Way You Work Forever

Jason Fried

This innovative business book, written by the founders of 37signals, explores the reality that anyone can start their own business thanks to accessible tools and technology. Rework encourages readers to forget about traditional business plans and office spaces, and instead focuses on a streamlined and easy-is-better approach to entrepreneurship. This playbook is perfect for hardcore entrepreneurs, small-business owners, as well as artists looking for inspiration on how to make a living doing what they love. It's time to rework work.
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If given a choice between investing in someone who has read Rework or has an MBA, I'm investing in Rework every time.      source
I encourage people to think of as an 'Elements of Style' for building profitable businesses in a web-savvy world.      source
Unperturbed by conventional wisdom, the authors start fresh and rewrite the rules of business. Their approach turns out to be as successful as it is counter-intuitive.      source
I can't imagine what possible excuse you can dream up for not buying this book for every single person you work with, right now.      source
6. ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever One of my favorite books of all times. Pick this up if you are an entrepreneur, wish to be one or wish to think like one!      source
The clarity, even genius, of this book actually brought me to near-tears on several occasions. Just bloody brilliant, that's what!      source
The wisdom in these pages is edgy yet simple, straightforward, and proven. Read this book multiple times to help give you the courage you need to get out there and make something great.      source
My most recommended business books: 1. Rework - how to avoid making your work life miserable 2. Influence - how to avoid being manipulated      source
@zeecrnls @jasonfried Hi Zee. Rework is a great book. I was referring to Remote.      source