How to Do What You Want to Do

How to Do What You Want to Do Paul A. Hauck
  • Title: How to Do What You Want to Do
  • Author: Paul A. Hauck
  • ISBN: 9780859693615
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Strange little book I decided to read it since I m on an REBT kick right now and saw Hauck s name listed on a website for the International Association for Rational Thought There was some good advice presented here, but Hauck s tone is occasionally off putting It s not clear who the intended audience is At one point he addresses the reader and suggests that they choose which suit to wear the night before and when to give notes to their secretaries Is he assuming that all of his readers in 1976 w [...]

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    2. 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 [...]

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    3. Short and profound Babe Didrikson knew that her talent can t show in all it s power withouth her hard work.

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    4. A great book for overcoming procrastination Paul suggests two principles that may stop us making a start, 1 That in order to do something we must do it perfectly, and 2 That it is harder to not do something than it is to simply do it.There are a lot of common sense tips such as Keep a notebookTime tasks to see how little time they actually takeBreak jobs down into manageable steps.I found myself tackling issues I d put off for weeks after reading this

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    5. A great lesson to learn how to make the most of your time and where to find the strength you need.

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    6. It is a great book, maybe inspired by Napole n Hill.I read the book in spanish and I like it so much I wish people read this and enjoy it like me.

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