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Jason Fried
Founder & CEO at . Non-serial entrepreneur. Co-author of Getting Real, Remote, and NYT Bestseller REWORK.
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Jason Fried 1 Std.
Antwort an @JackMallers
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Jason Fried 23 Std.
Thanks for the shoutout! Totally unexpected. ❤️🙏
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Jason Fried 16. Aug.
Yeah we do it because we want to do it. Not because we have to do it.
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Jason Fried 16. Aug.
Antwort an @philfreo @dhh
Nope. Just three teams. Often times just two.
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Jason Fried 16. Aug.
We’ve spent far more time blogging and speaking over the years than we’ve spent writing books. But it’s all part of the same thing - sharing, presenting a point of view, standing up for what we think is right, promotion, etc.
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Jason Fried 16. Aug.
Antwort an @philfreo @dhh
1. Yes, basically. Teams of 2-3 are made up of programmers and designers who stick together for the full cycle. We have multiple teams running during a cycle. 2. Yes. A cycle starts and all product work happens in that cycle. 3. Usually just one but it depends.
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Jason Fried 15. Aug.
Antwort an @cordblomquist
I’m not suggesting being aloof and not making your case. You want to make a case so those who are motivated to sign up know they’re in the right place. I’m suggesting not putting in any additional energy to try to change someone’s mind who isn’t already motivated to change.
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Jason Fried 15. Aug.
Antwort an @matthewdoane
Sorry it took so long to get it out to everyone.
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Jason Fried 15. Aug.
New in Basecamp 3: Recurring Events! Add daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly repeating events to any schedule inside any project. Here’s how it works —>
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Jason Fried 15. Aug.
Antwort an @dankim @jonasdowney
I’m only a few days ahead of you, and that’s my exact look too.
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Jason Fried 15. Aug.
Some dads give great advice: “Peter, shut the fuck up and sell 1,000 bars first.” The story of how RxBar went from the basement to a big deal in 4 years —>
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How I Built This 13. Aug.
New episode! How turned egg whites, cashews, and dates into a $600 million brand called .
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Jason Fried 15. Aug.
Antwort an @ottoradke
I heard someone say traffic isn’t audience. I tied it to sound and music.
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Jason Fried 15. Aug.
In the same way that sound isn’t music, traffic isn’t audience.
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Jason Fried 15. Aug.
If you want to hear a CEO who really knows his business, his audience, his product, and what makes all three very special, listen to this interview with Ben Clymer, CEO at :
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Jason Fried 14. Aug.
The worst customer is the one you can’t afford to lose. The whale that can crush your spirit and fray your nerves with just a hint of their dissatisfaction. These are the customers you do not want.
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Jason Fried 14. Aug.
Antwort an @jwsamuel
Of course! But you can only be selective by saying no to most things.
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Jason Fried 14. Aug.
Antwort an @jwsamuel
Not suggesting eliminating all, but eliminating many.
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Brian Morrissey 14. Aug.
New podcast with Hodinkee's about building a focused brand for a passion area.
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Tim O'Reilly 14. Aug.
This is an utterly fascinating article, drawing insightful historical parallels between today's Tech and the steel industry. Eye-opening.
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