Earlier, I described a project as an intention that requires at least two steps - two tasks - to complete. I find the word “project” often puts people off, what with its implication of Byzantine plans, cost and time overruns, late nights and bad coffee. I prefer to think of a project as a convenient way to throw - to project - some goal into the future, and use its constituent tasks to reach that goal. It could have two tasks or two hundred. You’ll probably face much larger projects than the focused examples I ...

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