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.
The word "entrepreneur" comes with a ton of baggage. So, let's talk about it.
This week we're talkin' about workin' too much.
It's ok to be small and lean. It's ok to be enormous. Just know WHY you're growing to the size you want.
This week we talk about business plans, language, and Jeff Bezos. I talk about Dungeons & Dragons and get absolutely zero response from the uninterested Jason and David.
This week we discuss the idea that you can learn more from your successes than you can from your mistakes.
This week Basecamp cofounders push back on the notion that new ideas "would never work in the real world."
Rework is back! This week we tackle how Basecamp, tech, and business have changed in the last eleven years.
Rework is coming back this fall! But first, Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson share stories about their history with venture-backed startups.
A tech startup gets liberated from investors and the for-profit economic system.
Making our products accessible creates a better experience for all users.
How Heath Ceramics, founded in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1948, plans to be around for the next 200 years.
Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and also your salary!
Meet a new kind of startup accelerator.
Blogs are back!
Need to let out a primal scream? Operators are standing by.
A former tech worker coaxes new life out of the darkness.
Yes, it's hopeless, and we're going all in.
Our last episode of 2020!
What happened when we lit our marketing budget on fire.
Basecamp takes the wraps off HEY for Work.
How Basecamp's customer support team evolved to tackle some of its trickiest cases.
How one company got its clients onboard the Shape Up train.
Basecamp's head of product strategy, Ryan Singer, launches a print edition of Shape Up.
How one company grappled with the unintended consequences of an unlimited vacation policy.
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