We all wear a lot of hats. Granted, there may not be 500 that ultimately threaten our lives, but sometimes it can feel like they do.
Wearing this many hats may be easy for you if you're one of those super amazing multi-tasker types. Change a diaper, fold laundry, cook a meal, teach math, mow the lawn, pay bills, drive someone to soccer practice, plant a garden, and maintain a cheery disposition all the same time? You've got it.
Me? Not so much.
I'm a one-at-a-time kind of guy.
That's not to say I can't stop in the middle of something at any moment and do something else entirely. But I have to do them one at a time (I can't even listen to music while reading). So today, one by one, I fixed some typos on the web, added some new content, talked over a few marketing ideas, discussed how our navigation system could be improved--and why it hasn't been yet, worked on explaining the order of operations in an Algebraic equation, briefly explained DVD copyright law, hashed out some design ideas for a new purchasing work flow, read about how well the Forum changes have been going (everyone seems to be very happy, which is great news!), after I read a couple hundred blog posts this morning.
My days are normally a tad more focused than that, so my head's spinning a little right now.
All that to say: I salute you! And today, I empathize with your many jobs. Continue to wear those many hats with joy, and may you have the grace you need to keep your head on when you can't take them all off.
Filmmaker, Writer, Expectant Father