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Susanne Ramharter

Congratulations, I loved Hard Facts.

Just wondering about your selection of "Steve Jobs" - seems to me that he qualified as a prime example of the main character in your most famous book?

davidburkus

Hard Facts ranks among my favorites. Chasing Stars is up there too (although I have you to thank for that one as well, you turned me onto it back when we did the podcast).

Bret Simmons

I LOVED Hard Facts, Bob, but I thought your 2000 Knowing-Doing Gap was even better. I too think The Progress Principle is the most important evidence-based book this year. Congrats. Bret

Jamie Flinchbaugh

Congratulations. That's great.

I think it's a bit interesting that your book kind of refutes the first book on the list, Good to Great.

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