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Anyone Can Improve His or Her Life: The Principles of Quality by Don Dewsnap

Anyone Can Improve His or Her Life: The Principles of Quality

by Don Dewsnap

128 pages
Simple, workable principles and actions that improve quality in life.

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About the Book
Misconceptions abound about what quality is and how to achieve it. Were the actual principles of quality widely known and applied, cars would not break so often and surly bureaucrats would not turn lives into nightmares. Closer to home, people would enjoy their jobs more and do them better, and families would not argue so much.

Most efforts to promote higher quality in the past have been narrowly focused, as if improving one aspect of life would improve all of life: how to dress better, or manage one's time, or invest wisely, or raise a child. Moreover, they have usually been based on one person's ability, who then tries to explain how to do what he does. Some of these efforts are actually useful. But they are all limited.

Anyone Can Improve His or Her Life: The Principles of Quality is built on foundations of logic, not intuition. Nothing in it needs to be taken on faith or contradicts observed truth. It requires nothing beyond anyone's ability. All it does is point out some basic principles that are true, make clear why they are true, and offer the reader a workable way to apply them.

However well or poorly a person is doing in life, he or she can do better. It is not difficult. Attempts to improve one's life which are based not on personally understood truth, but on "common knowledge" or blind faith in someone else's advice, have little chance of lasting success.

Anyone Can Improve His or Her Life: The Principles of Quality is the result of two decades of study and experience. Everything in it has been tested in the fire of life. Much "common knowledge" isn't there, like the saying, "If it's worth doing, it's worth doing well." That doesn't stand up to the test of logic: many things are worth doing, even if you can't do them well or take the time to ever do them really well.

If you can agree that logic makes sense, that making things better is a good thing, that more success is better than less success, and that more quality in the world would help everyone, then you can get a LOT out of this book. If you are content with life as you know it, and everyone you know is also, you might not get so much.

If you decide to read Anyone Can Improve His or Her Life: The Principles of Quality, prepare yourself: it might just work.

 

 

About the Author
Don Dewsnap In the 1980s, Don Dewsnap based his business on high quality, and grew it from nothing to $600,000 sales in five years. To do so, he had to teach quality principles to his staff. He has been studying and refining those principles ever since.

 

 

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