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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Thursday, 07 June 2007

Wednesday, 6th – Thursday, 7th June:

A two-day intensive planning (Project Definition and Planning (PDP)) session was held during Wednesday and Thursday, we started to map out the projects that I am intending to shape into some sort of meaningful form during the next 2-3 weeks (i.e. to the end of my work assignment).

Managed to do this pretty well, just requiring me to finalise the implementation plan for the outstanding weeks and months of 2007. Sure going to be a busy period!

Anyway, Mark and Darran were out here, so it was good some friendly AXP faces during the week.

Personally: I felt a bit down this week, I think I have had a lot of pressure on my shoulders recently, both for my personal life as well as professional aims/ambitions, and I think it started to dawn on me that the work assignment is intending to end, and will go back to the UK in about 3 weeks time.

Actually, this was probably my lowest points since being out here – not sure if it was because of the time being away from family and friends (although I did have a couple of trips back during the early stages – so “broke” up the 3mths somewhat), and maybe it’s because I am “thinking” too much about where I am, where I want to be. Have had a lot of time to “think” during the week I was in Santorini and during the last week too at work. Tough one, really!

I was also in reflecting mode in terms of what I’ve got out of and also “achieved” during the last 9 weeks, project-wise, not much – as only just “starting” to kick-off these projects. This was the purpose of the PDPs, but the other activities I have been involved in are seemingly “operational” related – which isn’t my strongest interest, really!

Anyway, must keep positive onwards and upwards, here’s to the weekend and the Island hop.

Football: Anyway, Mark, Darran and I went to Glyfada for the evening meal and England Football match on Wednesday night. Actually, a good opportunity to socialise and chat informally with both – great company and great chaps!

Game was okay, not an amazing performance, but it was a “win” regardless, it is the end-score that makes the difference.

This was my first time to Glyfada, not a bad area at all – certainly different than down-time Athens – and good to spend it away from the hotel vicinity.


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