ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever : Jason Fried, Devid H. Hansson
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"Success gives you real ammunition. When something suc ceeds, you know what worked-and you can do it again. And the next time, you'll probably do it even better."
"Evolution doesn't linger on past failures, it's al ways building upon what worked. So should you."
"Now this isn't to say you shouldn't think about the future or contemplate how you might attack upcoming obstacles. That's a worthwhile exercise. Just don't feel you need to write it down or obsess about it."
"When you I don't know what you believe, everything becomes an argument. Everything is debatable. But when you stand for something, decisions are obvious."
"We're all terrible estimators. We think we can guess how long something will take, when we really have no idea. We see everything going according to a best-case sce nario, without the delays that inevitably pop up. Reality never sticks to best-case scenarios."
"The enthusiasm have for a new idea you is not an accurate indicator of its true worth.
"As a business owner, you should share everything you know too. This is anathema to most in the business world. Businesses are usually paranoid and secretive. They think they have proprietary this and competitive advantage that. Maybe a rare few do, but most don't. And those that don't should stop acting like those that do. Don't be afraid of sharing."
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