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December 24, 2004

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Bren

Whoa. Epic drama you had going there!

It's Very Good when you can go home guilt-free and know that you've done good work.

Good on ya, Jon!

Jon Strande

Bren, thank you! There was a little more to all of this, but suffice it to say I captured the higlights. ;-)

I have taken work home a couple of times, and even worked a weekend or two, but for the most part it was to make up for lack of productivity at work for one reason or another.

Thank you for the comment!

Jon

K. Todd Storch

Jon,

Thank you for the background! I'm sure there is a part of you that felt better writing it all down, not to mention to share for others to reflect on as well.

Keep working to help others and maybe you'll do the same for yourself.

Todd

Jon Strande

Todd,

Thank you so much! Yeah, it was certainly therapeutic in some ways to get that out of me.

As for helping myself, I've grown a lot as a human over the last 8 months - and this experience was a big part of it. I've been asking some very important questions during this time: What's important? What's really important?

Part of a comment I left on a blog the other day:

From the Tao Te Ching - "Those who know others are wise, those who know themselves are enligtened."

Easier said than done, obviosly. For me, it is a journey.


Chuck Conway

Jon,

Wow! What a great post. I'm really glad you wrote it.

bmo

Yep. When you gotta go, you gotta go. Good to see that you recognized that. It otherwise deadens people.

Nice post.

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