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What Kept Me Awake Last Night

March 26th 2006

I don’t know about you, but from time-to-time, I find myself working in my sleep.
 

It’s amazing to me when I plan my day’s tasks the evening before, how I can sleep, dream and work my way through some of the tasks on the list.  It’s kind of fun actually.
 

Have you ever experienced this?  It’s pretty awesome, isn’t it?
 

But every now and then, there’s something that keeps me awake and I can’t capture that sound sleep I was hopeful to enjoy when my head hit the pillow.
 

It might be that one thing I know I should have done but failed to finish the day before, or something I haven’t found an answer to, or the next great idea that has my mind awake, moving in a million directions and there’s no way I’m going to get back to sleep.
 

Well, it happened to me last night.  Unfortunately, it wasn’t a “great idea” that suddenly had me rolling out of bed at 3:06 am.  Just one of those nights when a million thoughts trampled through my brain and I started feeling guilty that I’m sleeping when there are so many other “productive” things I could be doing.
 

Ever feel that way?  I know, too many times!
 

So here I am writing the first post to The Telios Group’s blog, “What Kept Me Awake Last Night.”  How appropriate, but I must admit, it wasn’t planned.
 

In the days, weeks, and months ahead, I’ll share some of the things that keep me wake at night.  Hopefully I’ll have a thought or two that will be informative, or will make you think, react, respond, or look at something in a different way.
 

Maybe by consistently blogging I won’t have so much to say during the day.  Myy wife and kids can only hope.
 

Any way, thanks for checking in and checking out The Telios Group blog.  Until tomorrow, I hope you have an awesome day!
 

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Ron Goch, The Telios Group

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