Anyone who works closely for an entrepreneur knows that nobody really gets our jobs.

After all, who would ever want to work crazy hours, under extreme pressure and tight deadlines, for visionaries who are focused on big, bold and seemingly crazy ideas? :)

Most people run away from this type of work, citing every reason in the book.

"It's too stressful." "I won't ever have a life outside of work." "Too many projects and competing deadlines." "I'll just find a normal corporate job."

Rebels thrive in this environment. We crave innovation and exponential progress. We refuel from the energy generated by sharing new ideas, taking on big challenges and hanging out with inspiring people.

Rebels break stereotypes. We create even better ways to facilitate high performance in ourselves and our teams, because when you work in an environment where anything is possible, suddenly every problem has a solution. (Even crazy work hours!)

For me, and rockstars in roles similar to mine, that solution is REBEL, the Ridiculously Efficient Big Efficiency Library.

REBEL is more than a constantly-updated database of my best productivity stuff, like tools, checklists, templates, interviews, best practices, and app reviews.

REBEL is a community of the most effective entrepreneurial staff on the planet.

After all, Rebels can understand and appreciate the true nature of our work -- and why we're so intent on getting even better at what we do.

When we're productive, our entrepreneurs can achieve their objectives. When we're ridiculously efficient, our entrepreneurs can achieve their dreams.

Imagine how you'd feel if you were part of a community that could actually give useful answers, backed with expertise, to questions like this?

  • We're 48 hours from launch, and my entrepreneur just completely changed our strategy. How can I find someone who can change all these automated sequences overnight?
  • My entrepreneur calls me with work tasks well into the evening, and it's taking a toll on my family life. How can I make it all work?
  • My entrepreneur needs me to make dinner reservations in Tokyo for right after his flight lands. How do I pick a place? He has some unusual dietary restrictions.
  • Our sales manager keeps complaining to me about her commissions, and it's really demotivating. How can I support her without getting angry?
  • I get mountains of email every day. How can I stay on top of it but still get things done?

You deserve this kind of support, both in and out of work.

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