There’s a lot happening around me these days. As a friend and I said yesterday, “change is hard, and some of it is good.”
I could write a bunch here, or run something from the past. There will be some learnings out of Monday, I think, when I have time to think. But at the moment, what I’d most like to do is to write just a little, and then go sit on the sofa with Nancy. And both fall asleep.
As my dad used to say, “I’ll take a nap before I go to bed.”
And that reflects two lessons from today.
- If it’s my own project, I can break the rules I set. Fewer than 300 words. Some adjusted project schedules. Have the freedom to adapt.
- Spend time with the ones you care about, when you have the opportunities.
Feel free to borrow either of those.
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I like those kinds of rules!
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