The Juggling Act

With everything happening all at the same time, how I wish I have Hiro Nakamura‘s ability to suspend time. I’ve been juggling a lot of projects that, in the end, hardly each one moves. I don’t want it to be this way. I actually hate it — that I’m the bottleneck, that I’m hardly in control of these thins, that my output is mediocre. That is just not my style. If I had Hiro’s powers, then I would suspend time until I’m finished and content with all my assignments.

Now that the project managers are turned over to me, I am going to fast track the transition so I could transfer some of my load to them. We’re also hiring new ones on a project-based basis so that would help a lot. I just hope that it could all happen right now when it’s badly needed.

My hair is turning white. I can see it now. The experts would say that the cause of this are my genes, but from what’s happening now I’d say there’s something more.

For now, I’m just thankful that it’s the last day of the work week. At least, even for a while, I can suspend worrying about the deadlines and live my life for two days. And no, I don’t want to think about Monday.

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One Reply to “The Juggling Act”

  1. hay. i know the feeling. when things get too busy, sometimes it’s too much that you don’t know what to do first and everything goes blank.

    hang in there.

    breathe in, breathe out 🙂

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