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Just plain common sense. Though, I suppose, it is not quite as common as it ought to be. Nevertheless, this book is understandable straight talk about getting things done. It is particularly helpful to those who have problems with perfectionism. If you are so worried about doing things perfectly and completely that you end up not doing them at all, Hauck has some words for you. I am reminded of what G. K. Chesterton said, "If a thing’s worth doing, it is worth doing badly." I realize the application here takes him out of context, which is the way most people use, or misuse, this quote.
I picked up several pointers and I am glad to have read it. I recommend it.