Let me explain:
Sometimes I look at a project, shrug my shoulders and think, “I must break you.”
Other times, I find myself wanting to scream the name of a project from the top of a mountain, shaking my fist at the heavens and swearing on the grave of someone close to me that I will overcome the odds and complete this project.
And then there are times when I think a project will be simple, so I don’t even bother putting on pants when I start to work on it. I just dance around in my red, white and blue underwear, taunting the project and singing James Brown songs.
When that happens, things usually don’t end well.