My brother, who is a civil engineer in Michigan, sent me the following piece of advice:
The last 10% of a project takes 90% of the effort.
I can tell you that truer words were never spoken. Everything at CityWalk is almost done, which is another way of saying that nothing is actually done.
We are all so eager to see something done, not almost done, that it’s putting us all a bit on edge. It’s time to finish up; put our good clothes on; and start the party. We’ve had enough of cleaning and cooking and getting ready for the guests to arrive.
Sixty days are left. It’s not going to be enough—but it has to be enough.