Well, that’s kind of a play on the words paradigm and time, of course. As most of you know, I have moved from having a full-time job working for someone else, to working for my own companies. To summarize, for the past 5+ years, I held down a full-time job while also working Life Is Art, Soul Of Miami and PhilanthroFest. On November 1st, 2013, I resigned from my full-time job to pursue my own businesses.
One of the things I have noticed right away about this change is the massive change in my time. After so many years of juggling so many things, I had gotten good at estimating how much time it would take to get anything done, given that I only had my off-hours to do it, nights and weekends. Now, my brain is having to adjust to the new time paradigm.
I mean, objectively I know I have an additional 40 hours per week to get my business done, but it still has not really sunk in. So, I find myself still stressing about stuff that is unnecessary. I am sure this will go away as I adjust, but for now, it is a very odd feeling.
Day 5/30 #SMCSFblog challenge (posted a day late)