Here is another great thought from Paul Graham that I might embrace on how to be a maker and manager:
When we were working on our own startup, back in the 90s, I evolved another trick for partitioning the day. I used to program from dinner till about 3 am every day, because at night no one could interrupt me. Then I’d sleep till about 11 am, and come in and work until dinner on what I called “business stuff”. I never thought of it in these terms, but in effect I had two workdays each day, one on the manager’s schedule and one on the maker’s.