April 13, 2018

I’ve had some really, truly bad days at work.

There was the day a critical contract I needed to launch a major project fell through, one of my most trusted employees announced she was leaving and my husband learned that he was going to be working nights (i.e. 3pm to 2am so I’d never see him), indefinitely.

There was the day I misunderstood the politics in the meeting room and walked right into a trap set by my boss’s main rival, only to be shamed by several colleagues afterward.

There was the day the venture capitalist who’d been dangling $8 million in front of me for months sent an email stating that he wasn’t going to invest after all and I had to face my team knowing my company’s chances of survival were next to nil.

Those were bad, bad, terrible days.

I’ve also had a lot of regular-old...

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