When a business man pushes his engineering team to meet project milestones to fulfill the promise with investors, conflicts happen when the milestones are not met. Luckily, there’re thousands of ways to fix it.

Unfortunately, some people don’t directly look at the problem and think how to efficiently fix it. Instead, they let their worries of not meeting the milestones spread, which makes the key issue unclear, and could pull the progress, slows down the engineering team from meeting the milestone.

This kind of limited self-control is not good for running long-term business because it doesn’t build personal credit and trust.