Thanks for your response Hank. You are right in that we need to constantly improve and that there is always a place for further growth. However, there is a stage of maturity. Take plants for example. They grow stem, leaves, etc. But there comes a time they start producing fruits. After they start producing fruits, they still keep growing but then you know that they have started producing fruits. The only improvement now is to constantly surpass the previous number (or quality) of fruits produced. So, by ‘finished product' I mean the stage where one starts producing fruits. Finished products still get maintained, serviced, replenished, etc., to be more efficient and productive. So, that is the point. I hope you get it

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