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Taking Control, Part Three

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"No business can succeed unless it has been properly started, unless it is progressing through time or changing position in space and unless it is capable of stopping harmful practices and even competitors."

"Thus the secret of doing a good job is the secret of control itself. One not only continues to create a job, day by day, week by week, month by month, he also continues the job by permitting it to progress, and he is also capable of stopping or ending any cycle of work and letting it remain finished."
-- L. Ron Hubbard
from The Problems of Work

To improve your control, you simply correct the part of control that is most difficult for you. However, you must first identify the weakest part.

Which is most difficult for you: starting, changing or stopping? Which of these symptoms describes you best?

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