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REVIEW It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work FREE DOWNLOAD Ð It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work FREE DOWNLOAD Ø ILDESIGN.CO ↠ Jason Fried Alm Fried and Hansson assertFried and Hansson have the proof to back up their argument Calm has been the cornerstone of their company’s culture since Basecamp began twenty years ago Destined to become the management guide for the next generation It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work is a practical and inspiring distillation of their insights and experiences It isn’t a book telling you what to do It’s a book showing you what they’ve done and how any manager or executive no matter the industry or size of the company can do it to. I wish I can act on this effective immediately Maybe I should give it to my boss

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REVIEW It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work FREE DOWNLOAD Ð It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work FREE DOWNLOAD Ø ILDESIGN.CO ↠ Jason Fried Places and hampers billions of workers every dayLong hours an excessive workload and a lack of sleep have become a badge of honor for modern professionals But it should be a mark of stupidity the authors argue Sadly this isn’t just a problem for large organizations individuals contractors and solopreneurs are burning themselves out the same way The answer to better productivity isn’t hours it’s less waste and fewer things that induce distraction and persistent stressIt’s time to stop celebrating Crazy and start celebrating C. What a great book The best part of this book is that there s nothing so out of this world there they are just talking about what we should be doingHey it s true it doesn t have to be crazy at work We can still do our best and deliver an amazing product without making ourselves miserable working like crazy to meet some made up numbers used as goals We can still be ambitious and make something our users love without driving the whole team crazy We can have a productive environment to let people do their work in the best way possibleHaving a calm and productive environment is a choiceThere are many great tips in this book and many I already saw a situation where the solution proposed would apply Here are my raw notes for this book People can t get the work done at work any The answer is not hours it s less bullshit You can have a calm company too Chaos should not be the norm at work Do you know where the money come from Customers Not any venture capital or something like that Calm is reasonable expectations 40 hours work week smaller visible horizon meetings as a last resort async first and real time second profitability The goals don t care about how you feel what a weird way of thinking Your work is not love or war it s business If you think you re a commander and has to exterminate your enemy you will do any dirty trick to get there No morals It doesn t matter how much market share we have Do we have enough money to pay the bills and have some profit Are we growing In case both answers are YES then we are great At the end of the day would you prefer to win an imaginary contest by throwing sand in the eye of your competitors or by doing the best product you can Our goals No goals Just be profitable We care about our product and customers and we get better every day We just don t care about having specific goals They tried it once but it was just an incentive to pretend they care about a number they made up It s also not worth it to take the cultural trade offs just to have it Let s face it goals are fake They are just artificial targets for the sake of setting targets They are a source of stress There s a dark side of goal setting companies sometimes lost integrity to reach those numbers Let s reduce uality to deliver If you stop thinking you have to change the world you will lift a burden from your shoulder and everyone else working with you You don t have to feel discomfort all the time Sometimes discomfort is painful but it s needed but not all the time Sometimes if you re uncomfortable it s because something is not right I m not sure if I agree 100% with the arguments here The argument on discomfort happens but it s not the same for pushing yourself harder I think that pushing yourself harder is where you get most out of what you want but I also agree that having push yourself harder as a corporate strategy doesn t seem very healthy and that s probably the point of this argument Sometimes is not breaking out but driving deeper You don t need than 40 hours You need to remove useless interruptions and actually work 40 hours Be a protectionist but remember to protect what matters most When was the last time you had 3 or even 4 hours of uninterrupted work Effective is better than productive Don t focus on being busy but being effective on what you do Not doing something which is not worth doing is a fantastic way of spending your time When people have to get something done they leave the office The office doesn t make much sense any Office hours are the time when you will be available for people to reach you and ask uestions uestions can wait I don t care about what people are doing at this particular moment I care about the work they are delivering It s important to know the status of people during emergencies but 1% of the time should not drive and become a rule Assume that people are focusing on their work Companies are not families they are supporters of families It doesn t matter what you say it matters what you do Don t let your managers overwork and don t do it yourself Be calm as you want your company to be The owner s word weighs a ton Any comment or suggestions from the owner can make something to become a priority Things like it s just a suggestion doesn t work Be careful with low hanging fruits Many of them look low when you re not close enough Take special care when you re assigning someone else to take care of it you may be setting this person to fail Be careful with sleep deprivation the bad parts are not always easy to notice but they affect the whole team Benefits who Offices with game consoles free dinner etc benefits the company not the employees Staying in the office longer than you should is not a benefit Paid vacations for employees that have than one year working for Basecamp They also pay the travel for this person up to 5000 32 hours work week in the summer so the employees can have a 3 days weekend 30 days paid sabbatical every 3 years to do whatever you want 1000 USD a year for education not just related to work Donation match if you donate until 2k USD the company also donates the same amount Fresh local vegetable expense 100 for exercises Not a single benefits to keep people at work Library rules Make your office look like a library where people go to study and get things done It may have one room for noisy conversations not the whole place No fakations fake vacations If we don t clearly communicate why you terminate with someone people will start finding a reason by themselves Saying goodbye is not easy but it doesn t have to be cold There should always be a message about what happened and the reasoning for leaving either from the person leaving or their manager Real time chatting can be a problem because of FOMO If you re not reading all day you may miss something important and not have the chance to give your two cents If it s important slow down Don t process essential things one line at the time write words down and discuss it Real time chatting is excellent as a small slice not a whole pie of communication If there s a deadline we keep the date but the scope may change We keep the must have things and cut what can be cut Adding work after the deadline is unfair we just reduce it after setting the date A deadline with a flexible scope is better than an estimation People suck at estimates Culture is what you do Do the right things Disagree and commit Don t try to convince everyone it s impractical Someone should be responsible for decisions but everyone should be heard and they need to feel it Have less to do instead of struggling with time management Learn to say no Parts of your revenue just don t worth it Sometimes it s better to trade some revenue for your time receiving payments in checks It s ok to take risks but not high risk all the time double or nothing We always kept ourselves profitable with a positive account It s hard to be calm when you have a negative account or is almost going out of business Keep the same price for all customers It doesn t matter how many accounts they will have they will be just another client and your support and features have to be great for all of them By doing that you avoid having special changes for one client or be tied to them because of the high volume of money Launch and learn Beta processes take a lot of time and effort let the market tell you their feedback When something is wrong with your product help your client to reach the not a big deal conclusion Most of the time it s not costly to do that and the feedback from your service will be astonishing comparing with it may be Example bad air conditioning in a hotel room You could provide a refund cold water ice cream and help the customer find another hotel nearby This attitude will probably trigger a not a big deal reaction to the problem A calm company is a choice make it yours Underworld Different Worlds #1 lack of sleep have become a badge of honor for modern professionals But it should be a mark of stupidity 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REVIEW It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work FREE DOWNLOAD Ð It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work FREE DOWNLOAD Ø ILDESIGN.CO ↠ Jason Fried In this timely manifesto the authors of the New York Times bestseller Rework broadly reject the prevailing notion that long hours aggressive hustle and whatever it takes are reuired to run a successful business todayIn Rework Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson introduced a new path to working effectively Now they build on their message with a bold iconoclastic strategy for creating the ideal company culture what they call the calm company Their approach directly attack the chaos anxiety and stress that plagues millions of work. You need to read this book Actually scratch that your manager needs to read this book and his or her manager as well All the way up the ladder This is than just a book it s a manifesto for sanity and calmness at the officeNearly every two page section is gold It reads uick it s well written there s no extra fluff or padding Just straightforward advice for how to run your company and culture to maximize happiness at the office written by people who have been successful This book puts into succinct words exactly what I ve been saying to various people for years it s so validating to see the co founders of a successful business reiterate what I keep telling people as well as giving me new annoying things to tell people who won t listenThis book is a must read I recommend it to absolutely everyone Even if you don t think it s crazy where you work it s probably crazier than it needs to be It s going to be a sad day 15 years down the road or whenever that Basecamp goes out of business and this book will just seem like a graveyard of great ideas Please read it now while it still seems like good advice so that your organization can add to the voice it represents Chancey of the Maury River long hours aggressive hustle and whatever it takes are reuired to run a successful business todayIn Rework Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson introduced a new path to working effectively Now they build on their message with a bold iconoclastic strategy for creating the ideal company culture what they call the calm company Their approach directly attack the chaos anxiety and stress that plagues millions of work. You need to read this book Actually scratch that your manager needs to read this book and his or her manager as well All the way up the Flora of Maine A Manual for Identification of Native and Naturalized Plants of Maine Vascular ladder This is than just a book it s a manifesto for sanity and calmness at the officeNearly every two page section is gold It reads uick it s well written there s no extra fluff or padding Just straightforward advice for how to run your company and culture to maximize happiness at the office written by people who have been successful This book puts into succinct words exactly what I ve been saying to various people for years it s so validating to see the co founders of a successful business reiterate what I keep telling people as well as giving me new annoying things to tell people who won t Resist Not Evil listenThis book is a must read I recommend it to absolutely everyone Even if you don t think it s crazy where you work it s probably crazier than it needs to be It s going to be a sad day 15 years down the road or whenever that Basecamp goes out of business and this book will just seem Non luogo a procedere like a graveyard of great ideas Please read it now while it still seems Ainsi se tut Zarathoustra like good advice so that your organization can add to the voice it represents