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Older (but still  useful) editions:

June 2017

All about securing support from others. This is probably the most important factor to help you achieve success.

May 2017

How to break your workload down into milestones, then break those milestones into tasks and break those tasks into a simple step-by-step to-do list.




About the Author..

Daniel O'Connor

Daniel O'Connor

My goal is where reuse & repair is so convenient and desirable, that organisations do not throw anything away or buy anything new.. Where reusable items are redistributed for their 2nd and 3rd useful lives and when the items fail, they are diverted into repair.

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