Friday, August 1, 2008

Out Through The Inbox

One unexpected benefit of working in Europe is that I am not continually checking my email. There’s no point. I’m nine hours ahead of the West Coast, and six hours ahead of the East.

The messages I check in the morning have all been sent before my American friends go to bed. And the messages I read right before leaving work have been sent just as they’re all showing up at the office.

It’s a concept I tried to master with limited success in Chicago. But here, it’s just a matter of timing.

1 comment:

Kevin Groat said...

Greg! I missed you when you left! I wasn't able to thank you for all the advice and random chats we had at Y&R. It would have been nice to have you around longer, but I would want to taste the swiss chocolate too. Hope all is well, keep in touch.

-Kevin Groat