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You don't have to have read the Fred Factor before you read Fred 2.0 but of course I would recommend it because both books are well worth it.
The book provides great ideas and stories about ordinary people making an extraordinary positive difference at work, at home, and in communities around the world.
It's encouraging to know that there are other people in this world who strive to make their corner of it better for everyone they come in contact with as well!
Must read for anyone interesting in customer service and inspiring better work ethics.Published 18 days ago by Spider-moe
Very easy read and a super compliment to the "Fred Factor" book. A must read for the customer service business.Published 2 months ago by Paul R Stucky
Completely enjoyed this inspiring tale of Fred! Also, what a great way to inspire us to share God's blessings with others in an extraordianry way!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
As with the Fred Factor book, I enjoyed the encouragement I received throughout the book. It had been some years since I had read the original book I forgot the basic principles... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dale Best
I always appreciate works that challenge me to find ways to do business in a different and better way. Fred 2. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Neal Clemens
We had to read this for work. I found that it was inspirational to read about someone who exemplified integrity and character and applied these to his job. Read morePublished 10 months ago by pl2616
What I mean is - I should re-write new versions of age-old concepts and trot them out as groundbreaking self-help books. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Carl H. Sheppard
This is a follow-up book to The Fred Factor, a book Sanborn wrote approximately ten years ago. In The Fred Factor, Sanborn shares the story of Fred, his postman that provided his... Read morePublished 11 months ago by J4Life5
In our book group last month we read "Fred 2.0" by Mark Sanborn which is a sequel of sorts to the best selling book "The Fred Factor. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jacob Paulsen