I put my backpack in the corner of my room. For next couple of, undoubtedly, hectic days it will be a vivid reminder of the fact that I am going to China. As sudden as it is, I know I won't be able to execute tasks on my, still expanding, list of things to do before I fly.
The most confusing is the fact that I feel simply under qualified for this... project? Job? My role out there was described so vaguely that I hardly even remember what was explained to me. On the other hand, someone believes in my skills more than I do, and most importantly, trusts me. I was selected to go to Beijing and promote IESOL, do some admin work, marketing, be... a representative basically. There are many knowledge gaps to be filled within next few days, thus I should stay focused, manage my time better and... don't panic.
Stress is overwhelming, as I have never before played such a serious role.
Also, timing is similar to one before my trip to Indonesia, it's bad to say the least. Few weeks after I moved into beautiful house, started re-enjoying my courier status, and even a company I ride for, this opportunity popped up...
Just go for it. Go with the flow, livin life to da max, as fellow courier, Homer, put it.