Book - ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever
Fall in love with simplicity and productivity, stop beeing a workaholic. Here are three takeaways from this great book by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson.
Since I broke my left wrist I had a lot time to read. One of the books I spent my time with was Rework by Jason Fried (@jasonfried) and David Heinemeier Hansson (@dhh). In this article I am going to talk about the three main takeaways I got from this book.
Ignore the real world
When you are starting a new project or pitch a new idea, you might get a lot of pushback from other people and their opinions. Don't let them fool you!
Planning is guessing
This one is awesome! No matter how hard you try, you cant tell the future and you never know when the circumstances change. Set your self a realistic goal and go for what you can actually do in the next two weeks to reach your goal.
In this chapter they make two good points that I just want to mention and let you think about it.
Workaholics try to fix problems by throwing sheer hours at them.
Workaholics try to make up for intelectual laziness with brute force.
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I hope that you liked this short list of takeaways. If so, I really encourage you to read the whole book. On Amazon you can take a look inside the book and or hear into the audio version. Consider to follow my referral link to buy your copy of ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever.