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“There are only a few CEOs today who have the courage to put people before numbers, Nick Sarillo is one of those leaders. The best part is, his numbers are vastly better than everyone else's. We can all learn a lot about how to treat people and how to run a business from Nick. Inspire on!”
—Simon Sinek, optimist & author of Start With Why
“We hear a lot of fancy talk about creating a transformative culture, but A Slice of the Pie offers tangible steps and processes any business can apply right now. Nick's experience shows it's possible for a new generation of leaders to make a difference while also turning a profit. I found Nick's passion for human potential inspiring, and I'm sure readers in any industry will feel the same way.”
—Chip Conley, Founder of Joie de Vivre Hotels and Author of Peak
“A Slice of the Pie isn't just about creating a transforming, inspiring business culture. It's about the importance of developing a nurturing, supportive, evolving, compassionate community. Nick Sarillo's story will change the way you think about leadership, no matter who you are.”—Pamela J. Althoff, State Senator of Illinois
“Nick Sarillo understands how culture can make or break an organization, and the work he's done at his restaurant is a testament to that fact. A Slice of the Pie lays out a perfect pattern for turning even an ordinary business into something extraordinary. Every business owner should read this book.”
—Sonia M. Nevis Ph D., Founder of Gestalt International Study Center
I started reading but it wasn't a page turner. I prefer facts, timelines and numbers. The sky is blue and the grass is green, "filler" is not my cup of tea. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Natalie Anderson
Outstanding resource for restaurateurs seeking to build a strong and sustainable culture.Published 11 months ago by Tj Callahan
I would recommend this book to anyone who has a company or anyone who works in a company. It show you that you can truly have an excellent positive happy work environment. Read morePublished on November 16, 2013 by Paola
Who doesn't like a good pie, a good pizza pie? Who could also imagine that one pizza joint could rack in more than a million dollars? Read morePublished on April 18, 2013 by Dr. Wilson Trivino
I find Nick's story very inspirational and educational. Inspirational in that he basically went from building homes (with his own hands) to building a highly successful top ten... Read morePublished on April 12, 2013 by Derek Rauchenberger
One of the best books written for a small business and can be adopted for the larger ones also. Treatinf people with respect, what a concept.Published on February 23, 2013 by James R. Solomon