Then again, perhaps the real appeal comes from having the following:
- No more war rooms
- Fewer (if any) meetings
- Less bureaucracy (and project requirements that aren't constantly changing)
- A slightly less noisy workplace (at least while the team is still small)
- The promise of some eventual give-and-take concerning my wish to work from home
Admittedly, it's also good to be working with guys who know me, who are familiar with my nature, and vice versa. It's somewhat like rejoining the family.
There are so many little surprises in life, new starts, new adventures, and new challenges. And -- at times -- they turn out quite nicely.
Good. That sounds much better. A little risky, but invigorating. I recently went to telecommuting 3 or 4 of my 5 days a week. It's wonderful.
Elaine, sure, go ahead and rub it in. I would love to telecommute.
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