80/20 Principle – Free e-book (Get more Results with Less effort)

The 80/20 Principle has been tested and the results are in – the forces of this concept apply to all situations

You have to discover where the process is occurring and take advantage of the power

The attached free e-book by Richard Koch is an amazing book that details the 80/20 Principle’s abilities

Richard Koch describes the most successful people as having “Lazy Intelligence”

This skill can be learned and the book explains the strategies involved in the 80/20 evolution

A quote from the book that was outstanding: “God plays dice with the universe but they’re loaded dice” 

You could purchase the book here : http://www.amazon.com/80-20-Principle-Secret-Achieving/dp/0385491743

But I provide the free e-book for you right here: the 80 20 principle to achieve more with less effort

This text has provided greater insight into the operations of the world and the underlying processes that exist that are beyond our awareness – the value received from this book has been immense which is why I would like to share this with you.

“Please enjoy the journey”


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