On 1 December 2015 at 23:36, Raoul Duke <rao...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Yes, I sorta hope we all know & can understand that this is subjective
> stuff. Too sad it is rare that head hunters / career counselors /
> managers know that / expend the energy to figure it out. And
> furthermore it is always possibly in flux. What I liked doing 10 mins
> ago isn't always the same thing I like now.
>
> However, we can take stabs at things which might either get in the way
> of some kinds of fun, or perhaps at least have a smaller cadre of
> people who think it is fun. When systems do not work and you have to
> figure out why and try to fix them, that often can get in the way of
> "core fun" for a person. Still, some folks do get off on attacking
> such things, possibly even as their major time & effort in life.
> Vice-versa, if everything "just worked" then would those people not
> have anything fun left to do?! :-}
>
>
Though something that "just worked" could induce a kind of manic fun for  a
while...

Huw


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