The Books that inspired 6Q10S

6Q10S is inspired by the following best selling books: 

  • The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni—the 6 questions (6Qs) are based upon this book.

  • The Five (5) Most Important Questions You Will Ever Ask About Your Organization by Peter F. Drucker, Jim Collins (the author of Good to Great) and Phil Kotler (almost all universities are teaching his marketing text books)—The 5 questions listed in this book are the same as in Advantage.

  • The EMyth Revisited by Michael E. Gerbert—a classic and one of the top 10 business books ever. Most of 10 business systems are based upon EMyth recommended systems to setup a franchise prototype business which can be replicated across thousands of locations and can be run by anyone using 6Q10 system.

  • Profit First by Mike Michalowicz—if you want to have better control over your finances, try to setup your accounting system by implementing Profit First formula.

  • The One Number You Need to Grow by Frederick F. Reichheld—it is called Net Promoter Score (NPS) which ill help you to mange your customer reviews &  testimonies.

  • The Three Signs of a Miserable Job  by Patrick Lencioni—HRM system in 6Q10S is based upon this book.

  • The Millionaire Real Estate Agent (MREA) by Gary Keller—according to this book, business has only two functions: lead generation and fulfillment and asks real estate agent (who wants to become MREA) to focus on lead generation as her number ONE THING.

  • Traction by Gino Wickman—6Q10S several tools are based on Traction book.

  • Holacracy by Brian Robertson—weekly & quarterly tactical meeting format is based upon Holacracy book.

  • The 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) for  Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals by Chris McChesney and Sean Covey.

  • Measure What Matters: OKRs: The Simple Idea that Drives 10x Growth Book by John Doerr.

  • Rocket Fuel: The One Essential Combination That Will Get You More of What You Want from Your Business by Gino Wickman. This book talks about that a successful business needs two types of leaders. Visionary and integrator (or chief operating officer).