Notes from a business trip, part 12. I often don't notice how the day ends
I often don't notice how the day ends.
You seem to be working, doing something, making decisions, helping everyone, but here once - 18 hours, you need to report on the results of the day and check the results of the guys. It's really interesting and I'm waiting every day for what and how they did it.
After correspondence, it happens that I set corrective tasks or clarify details, what and how. I need to know a lot about everything at a fairly average level of immersion, therefore such short negotiations fill the missing picture of the world.
But more often in the evening I turn on the "attacked worker" mode, and in a burst of creativity I do something new, write posts or articles that are either published or are waiting in the wings.
The end of the day on a business trip is dinner, which you still need to eat, otherwise all establishments will close. And in Moscow, I just go home and listen to the radio, emptying my brain from unnecessary information. Driving a car helps relieve the burden from the thinking part of the brain on some other part that goes on reflexes, peripheral vision and general navigation. This is just a cool mode, which I watch from the sidelines.
Well, I'll try to do it today.