I have collected quite a many VCDs (got no DVD drive on my PC) over the last few months but couldn't get the time to watch but a few. Time and task are always inversely proportional to one another. But that sceptics say is merely an excuse. What needs to be done can be achieved within the prescribed time frame. Give or take the occasional tsunami and hurricane. There is always a way of doing things faster (I discover new ones at work every day), the only problem is that we tend to discover them when their prime utility is long over (or so we believe).
Take fewer coffee and cigarette breaks at work and you can leave for home earlier.
Skip that stupid movie on late night TV and you can reach office on time.
Two lessons learnt for the day. Any more. anyone?
By the way did you get that email where it says that you can't rename a folder in Windows with the name - con. If you haven't, try it.
Another lesson, not attempting to rename folders with shady sounding names also saves some time. Or better still, slow down the clocks.
Disclaimer: The title of the post in whatsoever manner does NOT attempt to convey any idea that it is a sequel to 'Count Your Chickens before They Hatch' or for that matter any other 'bestseller.'
With this I complete a century of posts.