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A project, like a goal, is not actually something you do. You can only do action steps. Once you’ve completed enough of the appropriate actions, though, you will cross some predetermined finish line, having achieved some final result, and you can then say the project has been accomplished. You never actually see anyone “take a vacation” or “finalize taxes”—you would only see them packing clothes, moving their body to a different location, and buying sunscreen, or turning on their computer…

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So true. Thinking the other person actually gets it. Or that you finally get what the other person is saying, but then your both wrong. The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.