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The 80/20 Individual: How to Build on the 20% of What You do Best Paperback – March 15, 2005
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In this inspiring sequel to his classic bestseller THE 80/20 PRINCIPLE, Koch shows how to maximize success in your career and life by using the proven principle that 80 percent of changes in the world result from the most powerful 20 percent of actions and ideas. He'll show how to use your own powerful "20 percent spike" - your most creative ideas and unique skills - to measure the amount of value you bring to your employer, clients or customers. For most people, there is a huge disparity between their intrinsic value and the compensation they receive for their efforts. THE 80/20 INDIVIDUAL shows how to narrow that gap.
Drawing from his own success as an entrepreneur, as well as from the stories of scores of companies and individuals who have flourished as a result of an 80/20 mind-set, Koch offers a step-by-step method to remodeling a career or existing business, or creating a new one - one that most benefits you. He provides valuable insights on finding 80/20 partners, hiring 80/20 employees, and running an 80/20 business.
By building a team that supports your efforts and excels in areas where you lack experience or knowledge, you'll be able to focus your time and energy on your strengths. Productivity and profits willsoar because you'll be doing what you do best and enjoy the most. By using the 80/20 strategies outlined in the book, you can take control of your career and financial future.
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One exercise Koch suggests is coming up with a list of your 10 best friends and rate them 1-10 (that in itself was fascinating) then put a percentage next to each friend. Are you spending the right amount of time with your closest, or more time with those less dear to you?
His many insights will lead you in new ways to think about your life, your business, your family and friends.
If you want to find new ways to think about your life, if you are in a rut and can't figure out what to do, if you are like me always busy and sometimes wondering am I doing the right things--this is a book for you.
Richard Koch has written on this subject before and this is the best book for the individual.
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Excellent points to consider in leadership. The 80/20 principle is a great read for leaders everywhere. I liked the book.Published on November 20, 2012 by Amazon Customer
What can I say about this book. Everybody must understand 80-20, that is the key of successful. This is it! the first book is better.Published on June 28, 2010 by fernando lopeztorres
This book was a complete waste of time. I'm glad that I got it from the library before making the mistake of buying it. I suggest you do the same. Read morePublished on January 12, 2009 by Tim G
This book, a follow-on of previous writings on the Pereto rule, applies is to individual performance. Like "Now, Discover Your Strengths" and "StrengthFinder 2. Read morePublished on February 23, 2008 by Jennifer B. Davis