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“Rework” by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson is a book that challenges conventional wisdom about how to succeed in business. The authors argue that many of the traditional practices of business, such as writing a business plan, seeking investors, and hiring a large staff, are actually counterproductive. Instead, they advocate for a more streamlined approach that focuses on doing less, being more productive, and staying true to your vision. The book is well-written and engaging, with plenty of anecdotes and examples to illustrate the authors’ points. Fried and Heinemeier Hansson draw on their own experiences as entrepreneurs to provide practical advice that readers can apply to their own businesses. One of the strengths of the book is that it is not just a theoretical treatise on business, but a practical guide to achieving success. The authors provide concrete steps that readers can take to improve their productivity, streamline their operations, and stay focused on their goals. Overall, I would highly recommend “Rework” to anyone who is interested in entrepreneurship or wants to achieve more in their business.