One of the founding principals of our company approached me last week asking me to come have a chat with him in his office. (I had never had any interaction with him before this point) Anyways, he explained how he needed someone to rewrite the documentation for one of our manuals and asked whether or not I would be interested in doing so, and being a newer employee in the heat of the moment I said yes. However, the reality is that I am not the least bit interested in rewriting a couple hundred pages of boring documentation, and that I would much rather spend my time learning new technical concepts, solve complex technical problems, write technical papers and develop sample cases. The founding principal who had approached is not my direct supervisor, and said he would need to coordinate with my direct supervisor so that I could allocate time for rewriting the documentation. Today my supervisor approached me regarding the matter, and I expressed how I was unsure whether or not I wanted to participate in rewriting the documentation, and that I would rather be tasked with more challenging and interesting tasks where I get the chance to learn and figure things out. This was not at all what I had expressed to the founding principal a week earlier. As of right now I am unsure where I stand, and whether or not I will be stuck with the tedious task of rewriting one of manuals. What should I do? Should I talk to my supervisor again? Should I go speak with the founding principal again and explain how I've had second thoughts and changed my mind? Should I wait until the founding principal approaches me again? Thanks for any comments/suggestions/advice you have for me!