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I would highly recommend it reading and implementing the ideas in this book.
It is not addition, but subtraction that will get us to do those few things that truly matter and are much more highly effective than the rest.
Today I know Richard because he graciously wrote the foreword for my own book "80/20 Sales & Marketing."
There's something about learning from someone who is worth north of £200 million.
The questions Koch's asks you throughout this book that have a certain gravity that... Read more
I liked the first book on this principle (The 80/20 Principle). I skipped over some of the sections applying to business. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Carl B. Nelson
The book is full of great ideas in simple and understandable language. I enjoyed it's simplicity, yet profound message.
The 80/20 rule makes perfect sense. Read more
In a previous sequel to his classic "The 80/20 Principle", a book called "The 80/20 Revolution" (aka "The 80/20 Individual"), Koch focuses on how managers,... Read morePublished 9 months ago by A reader
Every time you read it, you get something totally new.
Tasks, projects, assignments: they all seem important. Read more
First, I would buy this book again. I also bought and read "The 80/20 Principle The Secret to Achieving More with Less)"
Both books are worthwhile, but... Read more
If only I had known and implemented this wisdom when I was the owner and manager of my company oh those many years ago. What could have been?Published 12 months ago by Robert Schuster
Richard Koch takes an idea that most people have at least heard about and puts it into practice, useful and real world status. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kelley R Tetzlaff
Richard outlines a model to aspire to for many, perhaps most, of the billion plus working age people who want to do something of impact, while enjoying work and life. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ray J. Schmitz