In projects, in people, and in myself.
How can we take missed opportunities and turn them into something new? I’ll figure it out over summer.
In reflection over a semester it’s hard not to think of what I missed along the way, or “I should’ve done that instead.” Typically I try not to. Very simply. I’ve found it unproductive to emote over what has passed. This doesn’t mean it doesn’t warrant a careful analysis, or even cathartic feelings.
I do think, in hindsight, that what I’ve gained and time I’ve lost balance out my internal scales. Resources and knowledge, and AI, and how to put a framework together, and what even is a framework?
I think the time lost can be explained by a framework I’ve done. I admit, it’s large but I believe I’ve plugged all the holes in the problem.
My personal executive dysfunction is a deficit that I’m likely psychologically compensating for maladaptively. Weird to think that not overthinking lead me to miss such a critical introspection.