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Rework

English, Finance, 2 seasons, 282 episodes, 5 days, 6 hours, 9 minutes
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A podcast by Basecamp about the better way to work and run your business. In Season 2, we're going through Rework (the book) chapter by chapter and talking with authors, Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, about what's changed in the world of business over the last eleven years since the book was published.
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Speaking Gigs, Attending Conferences, and the Importance of Gathering

In a world dominated by virtual interactions, coming together in person offers an opportunity to foster deeper human connections that are impossible to achieve through any other means. Jason Fried recently took the stage in Vancouver and David Heinemeier Hansson did the same at Rails World in Amsterdam.Today, they join Kimberly Rhodes to share their unique perspectives on life beyond the digital realm. Listen in for their valuable tips for making the most of attending or speaking at conferences and embracing the personal growth that comes from stepping out of your comfort zone.Check out the full video episode on YouTubeKey Takeaways: The importance of real-life interactions to point out what's lacking in our digital-first world. The transformative power of in-person connection to reshape perceptions, and foster deeper human connections.The value of public speaking for the speaker: how speaking at conferences can help speakers distill their knowledge, engage with their audience, AND challenge themselves.Why emotion trumps content at conferences—what attendees are really seeking. Tips for navigating conferences, making meaningful connections, and pushing past your comfort zone for personal growth.Finding the right mix between expanding your social capacity, and knowing when to step back and recharge.Rework is a production of 37signals. You can find show notes and transcripts on our website. Full video episodes are available on YouTube and X [formerly known as Twitter).If you have a question for Jason or David about a better way to work and run your business, leave us a voicemail at 708-628-7850 or email, and we might answer it on a future episode. Links and Resources:Rails World 2023 Opening Keynote - David Heinemeier Hansson The Comfort Crisis: Embrace Discomfort To Reclaim Your Wild, Happy, Healthy Self Rework bookBooks by 37signalsSign up for a 30-day free trial at Basecamp.comHEY World | HEY The REWORK podcastThe 37signals Dev Blog37signals on YouTubeThe Rework Podcast on YouTube@37signals on X 37signals on LinkedIn 
11/8/202321 minutes, 17 seconds
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The F*#k No Feature

Have you ever wanted to bid farewell to bothersome emails without the hassle of unsubscribing or composing polite "please stop emailing me" requests?Today 37signals' co-founders, Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, join host Kimberly Rhodes to walk listeners through HEY's newest addition that allows users to express their email frustrations unconventionally. Introducing the 'Fuck No' feature for those instances when a simple "no" just won't suffice. Listen in as Jason and David delve into the concept of Easter eggs—those hidden surprises that infuse a touch of edgy enjoyment into software. Then discover how this feature has emerged as a compelling reason for both newcomers and returning users to explore HEY as their email solution. If you've ever wanted a playful solution to solve an age-old email dilemma, tune in!Check out the full video episode on YouTubeKey Takeaways: The 'Fuck No' feature in HEY: offering unapologetic email management with an edgy twist.In a world filled with seriousness, the 'Fuck No' feature serves as a reminder that software and work, in general, should be more lighthearted.The rapid implementation of the 'Fuck No' feature showcases the benefits of not overthinking things in order to allow your organization to implement small, low-risk changes quickly and efficiently. Resurrecting Easter eggs: rediscovering the hidden surprises in software that have all but disappeared in today’s tech world. Unprofessional? NOPE—how adding a playful edge can enhance the user experience and add a layer of levity that resonates with many (MOST) users.How the 'Fuck No' option is unleashing catharsis on annoying emails while enhancing the HEY user experience, and embodying 37signals dedication to empowering customers.Rework is a production of 37signals. You can find show notes and transcripts on our website. Full video episodes are available on YouTube and X [formerly known as Twitter).If you have a question for Jason or David about a better way to work and run your business, leave us a voicemail at 708-628-7850 or email, and we might answer it on a future episode. Links and Resources:A Cathartic New Feature in HEY—@jasonfried Rework bookBooks by 37signalsSign up for a 30-day free trial at Basecamp.comHEY World | HEY The REWORK podcastThe 37signals Dev Blog37signals on YouTubeThe Rework Podcast on YouTube@37signals on X 37signals on LinkedIn 
11/1/202317 minutes, 27 seconds