*Get carrot, eat it, be happy
*Assess situation in Egypt
*Get scouts to report on Nelson's fleet position
*Send diplomatic embassy to the Turks
*Account for gunpowder and manpower
*Give 3 speeches
*Distribute false intelligence to English double agent
*Shine, polish all equipment
*Meet with Mamluk chieftain
*Attend the mosque
*Break Turkish/Anglo supply line in raid
Napoleon, donkey version:
*Continue Egyptian campaign
The lesson? Breaking campaigns down into component parts makes it feel like you've got more work to do, but you're more likely to actually win instead of chase a carrot. But people hate doing this, they get overwhelmed when they start to actually break things down. So most people go into donkey mode.
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