You seem like an irony-loving bunch to us. So today we bring you a bit of it (which in no way should be confused with us not completing what we start).
Last week we talked about time management and how we were using Kent Holland's book, Working on Purpose, as a guide to becoming better managers of the minutes of our day. We said (or suggested—is there really a difference?) how we would post excerpts from his book in a logical manner (without posting the entire book) in order that those Readers interested in a similar pursuit could follow along.
As we were working our way through Kent's first exercise—keeping track of where our time goes, we were struck with the irony of taking time to do something that 1) not All Readers wanted to do, and 2) that Kent had already done in perfect order.
Why were we taking all that time to reinvent the wheel?
We are the Poster Children of Irony. (We are not the poster children of quitters—no matter what some of you, or the voices inhabiting us might think)
Semper Gumby: Always Be Flexible.
So for anyone interested in an effective book on time management—look how much it's already helped us—you can order Kent's Book Here.
For the rest of you—we don't know. We've got nothing at the moment.
What about you—you got anything?
Lisa and Maddie