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For nearly five months now, my good wife Alex has been working from home.
And it doesn’t look like she’ll be back in the office in Manchester till January.
And, possibly, never five days a week again.
As well as her normal work she’d been doing a course.
She’d started it in person at the start of the year.
And they’ve finished it off on Zoom.
They had the last session the other day.
And she messaged me after to say she’d got an award.
Which didn’t surprise me in the slightest.
Probably what I’d have guessed she’d have got if she’d have asked me.
She’ll freely admit her technical knowledge isn’t the best amongst her peers (she’s a smart girl but she works with some very, very smart people).
But she turns up every day with a smile on her face and tries her hardest.
In all aspects of her life.
She’ll have been the one keeping the sessions going.
Getting people to interact.
Generating enough enthusiasm for everyone, even when she didn’t really feel like it herself.
It’s something we have in common.
Always willing to keep trying.
To keep going.
There are few things in life achieved through the big, break through moments that are normally accompanied by rousing music in films.
Most things come from the little actions.
Every single day (check http://www.myrise.co.uk/briefing-meeting if you’re tired of wholesale changes you can’t maintain and are ready for a significant, but manageable, lifestyle change).
Adding up and compounding over time.
From ‘turning up’.
Trying our best (or at least as close as we can at that point).
Jon ‘Margin’ Hall