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Book Title: Rework - Réussir autrement: Entrepreneurs, auto-entrepreneurs, patrons ou salariés|
The author of the book: Jason Fried
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Date of issue: November 4th 2010
Read full description of the books Rework - Réussir autrement: Entrepreneurs, auto-entrepreneurs, patrons ou salariés:Good standard small business advice.
Make tiny decisions.
Do less. One downing not one updoing.
Don't be a whore to our customers.
Hold meetings at site of problem, not in meeting room. Invite as few as possible.
Divide problems and projects into pieces small enough to easily estimate time and effort required.
Make short lists to avoid feeling overwhelmed.
Prioritize visually, with next task at top of list.
Make attainable goals.
Use tiny decisions to work through even large projects.
Don't copy competitors.
Decomodify your product.
Pick a fight.
Do less and be easier to use.
Don't watch competitors. Create something new.
Say no by default.
Use the power of no to get your priorities straight.
Be true to a type of customer rather than to specific customers.
Don't confuse enthusiasm with priorities.
Build an audience by teaching customers rather than paying for advertising.
Be open about your processes, flaws and opinions. This will create more credibility than trying to appear perfect.
Press releases are spam. Phone reporters. Cultivate bloggers and writers for trades rather than general publications.
Use Freemium model.
Everything is marketing.
Hiring -- don't hire someone until you've tried to do the work yourself.
Hire only as a last resort.
Ignore resumes. Check cover letter. Look for 6 months+ experience, but after that the learning curve flattens.
Hire managers of 1 -- self-directed people who can set their own goals and reach them without help.
Hire great writers.
Give applicants a brief assignment to see if they are a good fit.
Damage control -- tell your customers when there's a problem. They will respect you more than if you try to hide it.
Get back to people quickly. Value their time. Expect them to object to change.
Good work environments result from trust, autonomy, privacy. Don't require approval. Send people home at five.
Don't create policies because one person did something wrong once.
Sound like you. Speak and write simply. Avoid jargon and buzz words.
Don't imply ultimatums or demands by using words like need, must, can't, etc.
Read information about the authorJason Fried is the co-founder and President of 37signals. Jason believes there’s real value and beauty in the basics. Jason co-wrote all of 37signals books, and is invited to speak around the world on entrepreneurship, design, management, and software.
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