A conversation between my possible future boss (if I wish to continue) and I.
Him: you did a great job. You probably sent me way more stuff than I will ever need.
Me: you didn't tell me what you wanted.
Him: I don't know what I want.
This is precisely why I wanted feedback, goofball. It's not about validation but a way to gauge how much effort is needed and to improve efficiency. You say you hate incompetency. Well, I hate it, too.
I tried a standing desk. Standing was distracting me from doing actual work.
So many people in my office are doing the standing thing! But standing in one spot all day is not much better than sitting... I think you really need a treadmill desk to get any real benefit, and I can only imagine that would be SUPER distracting! (I can't even read my Kindle when I'm walking on the treadmill at the gym!)
Masquerading as a normal person day after day is exhausting.
I hate being force-fed the latest fad. Standing desks being one of them. That said, I don't mind standing desks as long as there is one of those high chairs to sit on. I "fidget" (stand, sit, pace around, or anything else that helps me think) a lot anyway when I'm brainstorming doing work that actually matters (stand, sit, pace around, or anything else that helps me think). I'm not a one position kinda person. I see standing desks mainly helping people with back problems. Anything else and you should just go to the gym. Someone had a great idea to ask a barber or a hair dresser about long term issues with this strategy since they stand all day.