Chapter 9. Conclusion

We’ve all heard our parents or teachers repeat this famous quote, hoping to make us persevere when faced with a problem: “Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well.” Now that years have passed and we are wiser, there is plenty to learn from this quote. At first glance, the vast majority of us will understand this quote as “If you are going to put time and effort into solving a problem, solve it right.” Only after careful consideration can we discover a second perspective that is just as important; “If you are going to put time and effort into solving a problem, ensure that you first solve the right problem and then that you solve it properly.” This book is all about the second perspective. It aims to solve the paramount ...

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