As parents who are both at home full time, I find that Anna & I spend a lot of time thinking and talking about the design of a week. When should kid A take a nap? Who will make dinner on Thursday night? Each child seems to add exponentially to the complexity and number of decisions we need to make. I won’t try to make a stretch analogy to running a business or coaching an athletic team; a family shares some of these attributes but in amplified and nuanced ways. I don’t know of many CEOs that dress and make breakfast for their employees.
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