It’s time to rework work.
Other interesting ideas:
Failure is not a prerequisite for success.
Planning is guessing.
Workaholics aren’t heroes.
If you are going to do something, do something that matters.
Ideas are cheap and plentiful. The real question is how well you execute.
The perfect time never arrives.
Less is a good thing. Limited resources force you to be creative.
Getting to great starts by cutting out stuff that’s merely good.
Commit to making decisions.
What makes a museum great is the stuff that’s not on the walls.
Value is about balance. Too much ketchup can ruin the fries.
Competitors can never copy you in your product.
Don’t shy away from the fact that your product or service does less. Highlight it.
Your goal is to make sure your product stays right for you. You’re the one who has to believe in it most.
Scaring away new customers is worse than losing old ones.
Instead of trying to outspend, outsell, or out sponsor competitors, try to out-teach them.
If you want to get someone’s attention, it’s silly to do exactly the same thing as everyone else.
Never hire anyone to do a job until you’ve tried to do it yourself first.
If you are trying to decide among a few people to fill a position, hire the best writer.
People are creatures of habit.
You don’t create a culture. It happens. Culture is the by-product of consistent behaviour.
Brilliant nuggets of insight based on Jason Fried’s experience building 37signals. Easy reading, inspirational and different.