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Do Common Things Uncommonly Well

For leaders who strive to achieve excellence, doing simple things well is critically important. Excellence in anything requires us to do common things uncommonly well.

As one writer suggests, “Only those who have the patience to do the simple things perfectly will acquire the skill to do difficult things easily.” 

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