Yes, I would especially recommend this to people that are bored by their job, annoyed by work policys and people that constantly feel that they have to get away from the their workplace to get work done. I'm certain this book could give a lot of people a new perspective on what earning a living can mean.
I've thought about starting my own business for a while but I've put it on hold partly because I haven't found a good business partner. The book talks a lot about the fact that being in the same town or even continent is not a must for many businesses nowadays. It made me rethink my own business plans.
I'm not sure what I would change. It kept me engaged in the story throughout the book.
Day job, your days are numbered
Rework is good for some over all ideas on how to run a lean small biz.
This book will change the way you work and do business. I listen or read this book at least once a year!
As long as they are a small business, they need to hear this.
Using their own language and it was to the point.
It doesn't get better and simpler than this!
Many non-fiction audible books I've listened to are 15+ hours and don't say that much. This book is less than 3 hours and is to the point and packed with content. Thus, best Audible book I've listened to thus far.
easy Listening and motivates you to take a closer look at your daily business activities. everyone will probably take a different lesson from this but it helped me to tear down and re build sysytems we have in place. to be more efficient.
Yes - It is good and short. Has some good tidbits and remind you of things you should be and should not be doing.
Did not distract from the story. Very solid
This is a how to run a business book, not how to start a business with new low cost tools. I really liked the book. It reminds you to keep things simple and make sure you focus on the right things. I would say it is Tim Ferris light. Worth the buy and time listening.
Launch, get feedback, rework, Launch, get feedback, rework, Launch...
Mr. Chamberlain is my favorite reader. He is clear, emphatic when needed, and always smooth.
It's full of useful tips usually going against common practice.
I would like to listen to this all in one sitting because it is short and packed with a lot of useful information, but written/read in a way that is easy to follow.
It's like a collection of horrible advice that happened to work for one small company, but is almost certainly useless for you, in your job.