Why does clarifying success make some people nervous?

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The purpose of clarity is to remove confusion.

Clarify the problem to solve and what success looks cuts down the friction that erodes value, destroys trust, and burns people out.

Especially when the upfront effort to clarify reduces wasted work and unnecessary rework.

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