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This book will make you uncomfortable.
Depending on what you do all day, it might make you extremely uncomfortable.
That's a very good thing, because you deserve it. We all do.
Jason and David have broken all the rules and won. Again and again they've demonstrated that the regular way isn't necessarily the right way. They just don't say it, they do it. And they do it better than just about anyone has any right to expect.
This book is short, fast, sharp and ready to make a difference. It takes no prisoners, spares no quarter, and gives you no place to hide, all at the same time.
There, my review is almost as long as the first chapter of the book. I can't imagine what possible excuse you can dream up for not buying this book for every single person you work with, right now.
Stop reading the review. Buy the book.--Seth Godin
It is perfectly aligned with the authors' philosophy; Keep it simple stupid! It suggests very feasible guidelines for small business starters. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Gokhan Sarpkaya
Where would we be without the guys at 37signals? Apparently it's all really easy and we are just too stupid to figure it out ourselves. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Shmapples
Cruelly sincere, humbly revealing, brilliant, excellent! Simple truths shockingly presented with so many and so deep "out of the box" tips of advice. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Concise summary of ways to shift your thinking about businesses and projects. Love the simplicity and irreverence! A must read.Published 8 days ago by Crystal Guthrie
I've been a "turn around" CEO for almost twenty years. Turns out, there are lots of tech companies that get stuck or just screwed up from poor leadership. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bud Michael
I liked everything about this book. It just frustrates me that I can't find people like this to work for in real life.Published 16 days ago by Kimberly J. Southern
Great book. I liked it because it is easy to read and is very different to the conventional philosophy of businessPublished 21 days ago by Miguel Ceballos