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It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.

WALT DISNEY

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USER’S GUIDEIf you’re already working on a project as a member of an organized group or team, then much of what’s in this chapter has already been done for you. I suggest you skip to the section “Create a Vision for Your Project’s Success.”

ASSUMING YOU’VE identified the problem you’d like to take on, start with these first two steps:

  • Research the problem.
  • Decide the form of your participation—you can join an existing organization or launch your own effort, either by yourself or by forming a group.

RESEARCH

At this stage, you don’t need to become an expert. But ...

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