Github API Calls via Github Actions Do Not Trigger Workflows

Github actions provides a token to actions with a set of permissions, however the docs have this little tidbit:

When you use the repository’s GITHUB_TOKEN to perform tasks, events triggered by the GITHUB_TOKEN, with the exception of workflow_dispatch and repository_dispatch, will not create a new workflow run. This prevents you from accidentally creating recursive workflow runs.

Which makes some sense, you might accidentally eat up every minute of actions time you have.

But it means that doing something like creating a deployment from one workflow then listening on on: deployment in another workflow will not work.