Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson

A few words about all skeptics who think that “there is no sense in their stupid tips”:

“They say a lot of things. We say they’re wrong. We’ve proved it. And we wrote this book to show you how to prove them wrong too”.

Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson is not a typical book with boring and trivial advice.

The large audience of readers, who have read the book, admits that Rework shows you the things you really need to get success in business. The main idea of the book (which is a successful time management strategy) is to stop talking and start working.

Writing about good time management skills, the authors do not describe long strategies and ways to achieve the results. Everything is simple. People need less than they think to achieve effective time management. It is important to forget about competitors’ results. Keep your direction and do what you should do to optimize your personal time management and achieve your goals.

Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson have broken all the rules to show you that you can be a hero, leaving all your old thoughts, plans, and useless books. The book can be useful for everyone as a source of project management time tracking.

Here we would like to share the alternative summary of “Rework” with extra time management tips. This review was written by Andrei Backlinau (who kindly allowed us to share it 🙂

We have split the summary into three parts to make it more clear and understandable for reading:

Part 1. Progress

Part 2. Evolution

Part 3. Damage Control

Rework the best book for project managers

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