Monday, September 12, 2016
King of Swords
Book: Intellectual, stern, tendency to be too rigid, guardian of social order.
Guidance: Be flexible, make decisions, hold boundaries
Journaling: The last few days have been about flexibility and going with the flow for me so it is interesting that this card came up. I have been deliberately working on going with the flow and not being rigid so I'm not sure what the guidance is here. Have I been too flexible? Maybe this card is suggesting that I be a little more rigid and maintain better boundaries, especially around work. I'm not exactly sure how I would do that as these people are nuts. I'm going to have to give this some thought. Maybe there are ways I can more provide more structure.
December 21, 2017
Interesting to review this a year out of the situation. All of the things that seemed so important at the time and so urgent aren't important any more and I don't even remember what all the drama was at at the time. I do know that I was working at Gateway in Chicago and they were kind of nuts. They had chosen the wrong solution and were trying to make it fix and it wasn't working. They didn't do a good job with order and structure.
I'm also learning that overall I don't do a good job with boundaries and I'm struggling with that now as my client wants to meet every day next week even though I'm on PTO and the rest of the team is. However, being a consultant means sucking it up and doing what needs to be done. Not sure how to set boundaries when the expectation is to be available. Again, I'll have to figure out how to set those boundaries.
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