Until the job is really done

You've worked countless hours on a project—sweating all the details involved in concept development, approval, planning, testing, organizing, and finally, the doing.

That long-awaited product launch is now underway. The new marketing package is at the shipper. The building is ready for the inspector's final walk-through. Total reorganization of your company is 99 percent done. That new Web site is already getting thousands of "hits." Negotiations are complete; just need signatures on the agreement. Your publisher said "two thumbs up" on the manuscript. (Hey, time to delete the dozen draft versions on the computer.)

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