Meetings are an hour. Just because. What if they were just 45 minutes? We wait until the entire team is there. Just because. What if we started at the scheduled time? E-mails are CC'd to the world. Just because. Everybody has to attend the project meeting. Just because. It's acceptable to drop into someone's cubicle and interrupt their flow of thought. Just because.
No. No, 'just because'. Choose a more productive way.
There was much in life that could now be outsourced; he’d like to outsource resignation. He’d done it three times in his life and never enjoyed it. At the point of committing to that letter (he still wrote on paper), indecision grew even when he had come to despise the job. But this was the last time: no longer would he be beholden to company, firm or boss. Well, maybe the bank manager for a while.
But this was it: back to frontier times. It was down to him. He signed the short letter and walked to his manager’s cubicle.