Author, Entrepreneur and Personal Development Coach
some would view this advice as a minimalist guide to business but I see it as a a guide for anyone who wants to build a business.
Everybody , at one point or another has had to sit and listen to a big idea guy talk about big ideas, which are then handed off to a room full of people who have to go get it done.
This book is like riding around, in your car with that guy, for 2 1/2 hours, spare yourself.
At first I expected this book to be full of long drawn out ideas, but I quickly realized that it's short pithy suggestions almost brought up an indignation within me that caused me to think about the way I operate my business. It's a less is more, and figure it out as you go kinda book.
Family Medicine Physician Entrepreneur Audiobookaphile Want to be an international do-gooder and improve the doctor-making process.
You can read this book very quickly and come away with new things every time. I've already read it twice and way with different ideas, that I put to work immediately
I have not read the print version but I like to have one. I like the audio format and how it was narrated. I've been listening to this book for more than 3 times within a month.
The story is straightforward and some parts are funny. It points out to practical and applicable examples.
This short but powerful volume advance some concepts which in retrospect are like, duh, and others which are radical. You may not apply all the Rework suggestions, but you'll be better of having stepped back and examined your business from outside the proverbial box.