It's 3 a.m. in the morning. I'm still at the office. Ainie is somewhere at the corner of the office, rehearsing her part of presentation. Jen is asking the Chairman the meanings of some of the terminology in her part. The Chairman is preparing the proposal after finishing the slides while answering Jen's questions.

At 11.30 pm the night before, we came up with the concept and the basic idea.

At 11.00 am, Jen and I discussed the main ideas and fine-tuning the details.

At 2 pm, Jen & Ainie left to attend to some other business.

At 5 pm, I was still working out the logo design. At 6 pm, the team came together to give inputs and at 7 pm, the logo was finalized.

At 9 pm, we sat cross-legged looking at the plan where the event is proposed to happen. And discussed which event is to take place where, and what are the packages we are going to offer. We had an old plan and we had to update the plan.

At 11 pm, Ainie scanned the old plan and emailed it to me. While I revised the plan, Jen & Ainie worked on the proposed itinerary and project timeline. 140 days away...

At 2 am, I came up with the new plan, emailed it to the Chairman, and came back to the main office. The Chairman finalized the PowerPoint slides, and printed handout copies to all.

At 2.30 am, we divided the slides and who will present what.

At 3 am, here I am, waiting for 10.30 am where we are going to present the proposal to the management.

And at 2 pm, we will start on the next business proposal...