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May 4, 2022, 3:35 a.m. | /u/Cautious_Gap3645

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An executive put me on the spot in a meeting today and I sort of agreed to a deadline around 3 weeks from now for something that, after thinking about it more, I'd honestly estimate would take several months to do well. It's for a board meeting, the date of which I assume can't be changed. What should I do now? I'm around five months into my first job, by the way. This is really stressing me out now.

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