Never eat lunch alone? Is that good advice?
Like the popular book by the same name, written by Keith Ferrazzi, suggests?
For some it is. I mean, I get the relational aspect of it.
But I am going to pass.
First of all, lunch is a special thing, not to be taken flippantly. And few know how to take a proper lunch.
Walt Whitman was one who knew how to correctly loaf into the middle of the day.
Second, I’m an introvert. And never having a break during the day would ruin me after a certain point.
I need margin.
More than likely, I need to start scheduling margin.