No not really.
It was a busy day, but far from manic. The Gorse Fox was spending another day preparing for this week's course. It is moderately easy to deliver a course, if you have written it yourself. You understand the flow of the lessons, and you know what to expect next. When the course was written by someone else, you have to try and learn that flow, and work out the links from one slide to the nest. So it was that Monday was spent wading through slides and writing new notes and transitions.
Other highlights were a request to go to Madrid next month to deliver the course again, and an hour on the phone with a colleague getting the background on the Brazil project - on the assumption that they get their collective finger out and send me the codes to get the authorisations in place.