The Road Map

While you may concede the possibility that your projects can be sources of satisfaction rather than frustration, how do you get from wherever you are now to higher levels? It may seem that the lower your current level, the harder it is to get started, but the good news is that any steps you take will have immediate and positive effects. It's easy to start seeing improvements. It is important to start slowly and tackle the easiest problems first. This book is designed to provide you with the means to do so. Following is a thirteen step road map to help guide you through the process. Table 4-2 lists the steps that you will need to follow. These steps are discussed briefly here and most of them are discussed more fully in the chapters ...

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