You Don't Have to Do It Alone: How to Involve Others to Get Things Done
'You Don't Have to Do It Alone is a book you will want to keep on your desk and turn to often. The authors weave together a bit of Maslow in basic human understanding with John Lockeian higher ideals, wrapped in a healthy dose of Tom Sawyer practicality. With this book, you will get your fence painted!''
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