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  1. Winston Sat At His Computer

    Rework is a podcast by the makers of Basecamp about a better way to work and run your business. While the prevailing narrative around successful entrepreneurship tells you to scale fast and raise money, we think there’s a better way. We’ll take you behind the scenes at Basecamp with co-founders Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson and bring you stories from business owners who have embraced bootstrapping, staying small, and growing slow.

    https://rework.fm/winston-sat-at-his-computer/

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  2. The Product Breakfast Club | 17: How LEGO run Design Sprints at scale - Interview with Eik Brandsgård | Episode 17

    Episode Summary

    Ever wondered if Design Sprints would work in a large-scale corporation? Wonder no more! Seriously, stop, please!!!!! This week Jonathan had the pleasure of interviewing Eik Brandsgård who’s been at LEGO for over a decade. In this episode you’ll learn how LEGO’s internal agency bet everything on the Design Sprint and succeeded.

    Follow Jake on Twitter: @jakek

    Follow Jonathan on Instagram or Twitter: @jicecream

    Find Eik on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eik-thyrsted-brandsg%C3%A5rd-a866543/

    Write into the podcast: [email protected]

    Join Jake and Jonathan at our next training event in Berlin: http://learndesignsprints.com/event-jun-27/

    Episode Notes

    Ever wondered if Design Sprints would work in a large-scale corporation? Wonder no more! Seriously, stop, please!!!!! This week Jonathan had the pleasure of interviewing Eik Brandsgård who’s been at LEGO for over a decade. In this episode you’ll learn how LEGO’s internal agency bet everything on the Design Sprint and succeeded.

    Follow Jake on Twitter: @jakek

    Follow Jonathan on Instagram or Twitter: @jicecream

    Find Eik on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eik-thyrsted-brandsg%C3%A5rd-a866543/

    Write into the podcast: pbc@ajsmart.com

    SHOW NOTES can be found here: https://medium.com/product-breakfast-club-links-unofficial (made by an amazing fan)

    Join Jake and Jonathan at our next training event in Berlin: http://learndesignsprints.com/event-jun-27/

    About the Show

    Product Breakfast Club is a behind the scenes look at how some of the best companies in the world design their products. Jake Knapp, NY Times best-selling author of "Sprint", has helped companies like Slack, Nest and 23andMe build successful products. Jonathan Courtney, co-founder of AJ&Smart, has worked with companies like RedBull, eBay and the United Nations, to help them build better products faster. In this new, exciting podcast, the two of them have teamed up to discuss things like product design, innovation and productivity.

    https://simplecast.com/s/b2dac2d9

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  3. Zeynep Tufekci: We’re building a dystopia just to make people click on ads | TED Talk

    We’re building an artificial intelligence-powered dystopia, one click at a time, says techno-sociologist Zeynep Tufekci. In an eye-opening talk, she details how the same algorithms companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon use to get you to click on ads are also used to organize your access to political and social information. And the machines aren’t even the real threat. What we need to understand is how the powerful might use AI to control us — and what we can do in response.

    https://www.ted.com/talks/zeynep_tufekci_we_re_building_a_dystopia_just_to_make_people_click_on_ads/details

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  4. 5by5 | Home Work #197: Season 2: Episode 4 - Email with Merlin Mann

    Home Work

    A weekly advice podcast for people who work from home, whether freelancer or telecommuter. We address listener-submitted questions, comments and concerns about all aspects of working from home. Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.

    You can submit your questions here.

    Hosted by Aaron Mahnke and Dave Caolo.

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    http://5by5.tv/homework/197

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  5. The Golden Egg with David Heinemeier Hansson | Being Boss Podcast

    David Heinemeier Hansson, creator of Ruby on Rails, founder and CTO at Basecamp, and best selling author, is joining us today on the Being Boss podcast to talk about finding the "golden egg" in your business and improving your odds to build something successful—not through over-glorified risks, but through sharing your knowledge, switching strategies once you’ve found what works for you, and remembering that time and patience can pay off in the end - big time.

    Important Announcements:

    1. This episode of Being Boss is brought to you by Freshbooks. Get your free trial here.

    2. This episode of Being Boss is also brought to you by Acuity scheduling. Sign up for your free trial here.

    3. Being Boss has a Facebook group! So much valuable conversation and connection is happening over there: Join us to talk about which investments you’re making/planning on making in your business over there!

    4. If you like Being Boss please rate & review us on iTunes – it helps us connect with more bosses to grow our amazing community!

    5. Check out our Being Boss Bundle today! It’s a combination of Kathleen’s DIY Coaching for Creatives email subscription and Emily’s Get Your Shit Together email subscription including all of our best tips, tactics, and worksheets straight to your inbox!

    6. Join the fun in the next #beingbosschat on Twitter! We’re chatting from @EmilyM_Thompson on Wednesday, November 11 at 6pm CST.

    7. Being Boss Podcast has an official Instagram account! Follow us Instagram here.

    Topics discussed in this episode:

    -The myth of taking huge risks in order to be an entrepreneur

    -Sharing your knowledge to build your audience

    -Routines, boundaries, and habits to do the work

    -Sustaining success and keeping motivation in your current business

    -Side hustles and passion projects

    -Balancing being boss with "doing the work"

    -Staying small vs. growing an agency

    DAVID SAID:

    "The fact is, the majority of projects don’t turn out to be a full time thing. That doesn’t mean they’re bad." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    "’You’re not a real entrepreneur unless you’re one step from being on the street’ is such an unnecessary myth." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    "One of my biggest pet peeves is the notion that you have to pour it all in and you have to take maximum risk." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    "Growing things from a seed and just a little bit of patience opens up a whole lot of other doors down the road." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    "Strategies that make sense in the beginning are sometimes the opposite strategies that make sense later on." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    "The strategies for getting a golden egg and for keeping a golden egg are often in direct opposition." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    "Our secret weapon was that we were going to out-teach everyone else. We were going to share it all." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    "Odds of breaking into the limelight just because you’re good are vanishingly small. You have to do the work." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    "Building an audience is really hard work. You get one listener and one reader at a time." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    "Stay as small as you can as long as you can. Most people don’t realize what they have until they lose it." -David Heinemeier Hansson on #beingbosspodcast

    Resources discussed in this episode:37SignalsShark TankCampfireHighriseBackpackRuby on RailsSignal v. Noise Blog

    More from David:BasecampRework

    RemoteDavid Heinemeier Hansson websiteDavid on Twitter

    More from Kathleen:Braid Creative

    Free Braid ebook: 7 Ways Designers Become (& Brand Themselves As) Creative ExpertsAnd Kathleen (personal blog)The Braid Method Branding ECourseDIY Coaching for Creatives

    More from Emily:Indie ShopographyEmily M. Thompson (personal blog)IndieBOOMToolkits: a subscription service of guidance & tools to help you run your business like a boss, delivered straight to your inboxfree Online Business Webinar Series Indie Tactics newsletter: free exclusive biz tips and tricks GYST Subscription

    Connect with us on Instagram:

    Being Boss Podcast - @beingbosspodcast

    Kathleen - @andkathleen

    Emily - @emilym_thompson

    David - @dhh79

    #beingbosspodcast

    http://www.lovebeingboss.com/episodes/golden-egg-david-heinemeier-hansson

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  6. Developer On Fire - David Heinemeier Hansson - The Pareto Principle and Stoic Philosophy

    David Heinemeier Hansson was born in 1979 in Copenhagen, Denmark. After he graduated from Copenhagen Business School in 2005, he moved to Chicago, USA. He is a partner in 37signals. The company behind Basecamp, Highrise, Backpack, Writeboard, and Ta-da List. They run a popular weblog at Signal vs Noise. He is also the creator the web-application framework Ruby on Rails. The infrastructure software used to build all our applications at 37signals. For the work on Rails, he won Best Hacker of the Year 2005 at OSCON from Google and O’Reilly. And in 2006, I accepted the Jolt award of product excellence for Rails 1.0. Similarly, for the work on Rails, he’s been featured on the cover of LinuxJournal and in the pages of Wired, Business 2.0, Chicago Tribune, and other publications.

    http://developeronfire.com/Podcast/Episodes/david-heinemeier-hansson-the-pareto-principle-and-stoic-philosophy

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