It’s been a tortuous past 3 months, which has seen the closing of a particular 7 1/2 year cycle. I’ve learned a lot about myself, my colleagues and my clients. And now I face an uncertain future, where anything at all could happen. For the next while at least, no more trips, no more 3am calls, no more tiredness. And more importantly no more neglecting myself.
That’s not to say I haven’t enjoyed the ride. It was at times purposeful. I met some good people, had some great conversations. And I got to see some interesting places. I have become a richer person because of it. And that’s what I think is meant by the biblical phrase “rich young man.”
And yes it’s time to move on. With a little sadness, but that’s a natural human emotion after having done something for so many years. And I had my wisdom teeth removed last week. They say it can take two weeks to recover from it. Perhaps I needed to create a marker of this change.
Now I am free to say publicly what I think. So let’s get back to some somewhat regularly commentary.
In the tradition of DINA, I shall sign off