My boss walked into my office yesterday afternoon. "It is Opportunity Thursday" he started out.
Opportunity Thursday, in case you missed this in the Hallmark aisle at your grocery store, is apparently the day when big things are decided at work and you find out about them before they start - thus the "opportunity". Lesser beings might call it "Challenge Thursday" but really, in every challenge there is an oportunity.
The big thing, in this case, is maybe tripling the amount of work that we are doing and thus tripling the work I am doing. The difficulty, of course, is that I cannot single handedly triple that amount of work no matter how much I try (and I am realistic enough to know this).
Not that I am being directly asked to, of course. There are resources to be made available - read "live bodies" - which is rather exciting (and far different than my previous place of employment. And certainly more work is more chance to succeed and do good things.
But I have to say I like the sound of "Opportunity Thursday" in general. There does not seem to be a darn thing wrong with having a day dedicated to opportunities.