Rework

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Rework by Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson

Do you ever feel like things could be finished in a more efficient manner? Do you feel as though many people waste their time by talking and brainstorming for days, months, or even years and never begin a project? Are you fed up with following the stereotypical path of all businesses? Do you want to create your own path?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, Rework is a fantastic book for you to read. Full of practical and easy to understand advice, this book will challenge all of your preconceived notions of how business works and will inspire you to go out and create whatever it is that you have secretly been wanting to pursue.

In 2004, Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson lacked a software solution that was needed in their business, so they decided to create their own solution and share it with their friends. They soon found out that they had created an in-demand piece of software, made a business out of it, and continue to make millions of dollars annually because of their initiative. Breaking all of the conventional rules of business, these two run things their own way and have written down their practices so that you may see that in today's society, no one is limited to what they can accomplish.

This book is vastly different from other business books as it is written for people from all walks of life. Are you currently running your own business? Do you have a dream of starting your own company? Do you work for an employer and have never thought of starting your own company? If you identify as any of these people, this book is for you.

Rework is written for CEOs, small-town shop owners, office workers, stay at home moms, people who never thought they could create their own business, and anyone who has ever had an idea for how to make something better. You do not always need huge amounts of money to start a company. You do not need years of experience running startu

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