When Richard Koch’s bosses at Boston Consulting Group told him he wasn’t producing the heavy-duty analysis they expected of him, he buckled down, redoubled his efforts, worked 70-80 hours per week, drove himself to distraction, threw several personal relationships under the bus…and his results did NOT improve.
What he did next to save himself from personal and financial disaster would later reveal itself to be a cornerstone of his Star Principle philosophy…the philosophy that allowed him to go from working stiff to fractional billionaire.
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