sleepless night

Toronto, 2017.04.07

Every other night since my ouster, I've not slept. Makes it a bit hard to work on resumes, respond to offers of assistance in a meaningful way, etc.

In one conversation I've had in the past couple of days, we got on to the effects of low oxygen on the human brain. I couldn't help but notice that they sound an awful lot like certain workplace environments. Here's what happens when the oxygen level's reduced from its normal 20%:

12–15%: Increased pulse rate and respiration, impaired perception and judgment.


Happily, I had an invitation from a friend to go head over to his place for a drink or two after dinner.

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(In which I leave the final word to someone else.)

Selfish leaders increase risk by placing themselves first. It's a fundamental mistake to assume that what is good for us personally is mutually exclusive to what is good for everyone. That kind of zero-sum game is for cowards, and in the end, we all pay the price for this type of latent, toxic leadership.

-Col. Eric G. Kail

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