I moved to Boston start of January and began a new job. Yay, it's going well! I got a chance to work at what I'm good at and did a lot there. Exhausted --- but the results were good and I'm getting recognized for it. People are asking me about the details, and they're learning from what I found. I finally, a month and a half in, feel like it's been a good start now. I work in software for an online web-only retailer of home goods. A negative point is that to do all this work, I've had to deeply self-hypnotize so I lose my peripheral perception and am often not aware of what's going on around me. Hopefully, now that it's not so intense, I can dive deep less. I explain to people that achievement-wise, I have a sweet spot -- areas where I know I do very well and even have a potential to blow people's minds. However, it's not so that I'm always allowed to work in that sweet spot area. In addition, I have to be protected from distractions. I forget to check emails and such. When I'm in a zone, I'm very spacey. This job has a supportive environment where people do seem to understand that, so far. At least, they haven't lost patience. Now that I've achieved I may get a chance to do some teaching.