Pausing for a Bit
It is already 94F/34C in Dallas. (Ugh!) This is nearly 30 degrees hotter than were I was yesterday. I am glad that we are meeting in an air conditioned space.
There are six of us here currently from the team. The others are on their way to the airport to pick up rental cars, or to Panera Bread to pick up lunch for everyone. I offered to stay behind to watch our bags, and equipment. Honestly, I am appreciative that I have a little while to sit in the quietness.
Initially, I really like this group. It is an eclectic group of people, and I hope that there will be more future with them. It will be nice to continue to get to know them. I was a bit worried that I would not "fit-in," but that is not the case.
Projects, such as this, require people who can be very flexible, as one never knows when a client will change direction. Having a project manager (PM), who knows how to balance between client and sub-contractors, and who can say the things that need to be said, while building relationships in either direction, is so important. Liz is a perfect PM in that type of situation, so I am confident that this will be a good experience, though we (the trainers) all seem to have the same questions.
In this world, we must learn to adapt and adjust as life throws us whatever it has to throw at us. Yes, life provided me the classroom for working on a project, such as this.
Actually, I find it exciting to watch, and be a part of, this process, as it unfolds. I am so happy I am here on the ground floor.
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