I have my family, and then I have my Stockholm Comedy Club family (read more here). Although, they are not completely separate. See… this is what I do: I involve the people I love spending time with the most in my professional projects – that way I get the best of both worlds! Only this time, I was the one who got involved in the first place, taking over Janne’s company.
The other day, the gang had a very nice dinner at Södra Sällskapet (we don’t even leave our venue to play):
Linda Gerstenmayer is missing, but she had a very cool and important gig that day.
By the way, we are getting old, or something, because there were no plans on hitting the clubs after dinner. Serious hard working grown-ups (as a CEO, I’ll take that over party animals any day!). Plus, this was on a Thursday.
The family is on a steady grow and this is the last time this dinner party was so small and intimate. Next time, there will be 10-15 people sitting at this table. Which is very very cool. And a very concrete sign that we are heading in the right direction. I can’t wait!
In the meantime, we are on vacation mode. With only 2 shows a week, we get the chance to recharge our batteries, but also to catch up on backoffice work. When the fall season starts, we will have 8 (!!!) regular shows per week. So we need to spend a huge amount of off-work-quality-time together before that. Sounds like a plan to me!