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    Some Canadian asked me this: Why are you working so far ahead?

    I don't get what it means. Can you please enlighten me? Thanks


    It's about the process we do at work. I'm processing some orders of customers, say B. But before I could process B, I need to do A first... She was a coach,(we just talked through the net) so I asked her how to do it 'cause it's a difficult order I met. In the middle of the conversation she threw me this question. It kept me hanging there...blank. What does she mean? Thinking maybe I was away, she typed more and it gave me a bit of relief.

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    So far into the future. So early, on things that may change before we do them.

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