Gotta keep my streak of posting monthly.
Also, procrastination is always fun.
Speaking of procrastination, there's a pretty neat video on that topic on a YouTube channel called The School of Life.
I feel like this procrastination is eating into my free time and subsequently my general well-being. Working on normal business-as-usual stuff is fine because that's done when it's done; working on certain projects akin to school assignments can be quite draining for me. But it's the latter stuff that's "value-adding" and would lead to better things.
It irks me that some people give so much credit to "value-adding" stuff. I guess I've always been the guy that plays the supportive role—though to be fair, I guess I've never been in much team activities—and have never really aspired to become the lead singer of the band. Is that so bad?
I don't want to be the most successful guy in the room, I just want to be happy with my own achievements.
Gah, I don't really know what I'm talking about here. My mind is not in the right place.
"So no one told you life was gonna be this way"