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I then woke up at to get ready for the day and then get my kids out the door for school. So I suppose this is actually a double example of procrastination. I did then get a long nap to try to compensate, but it certainly wasn't 6 hours, which is what I usually get.

Anyway, to get back to the original story, when I remembered that I needed to find the paper to register him for the 5K by that last early registration date, it was after midnight.

Too late for early registration. And to admit the full truth, I never did register him online. I knew that you can register when you show up. So the night before, I tried online registering, and it was closed, as I was pretty sure it would be.

But I did have to spend some time reassuring my son the following morning that it wouldn't be a problem, because you CAN register ON the day of the race. I'm working hard. I'm getting things done. But I am not looking far ahead. I was interested to hear that the story was inspired by the experiences of the two authors. I was also thrilled to hear that ultimately - at the end of the book - God was pronounced - in passing - to be the top priority of the both main character and his mentor.

This was not at all a Christian book, nor was it promoting any particular religion. So I ended the book with a smile on my face.

So the night before, I tried online registering, and it was closed, as I was pretty sure it would be. But I did have to spend some time reassuring my son the following morning that it wouldn't be a problem, because you CAN register ON the day of the race. I'm working hard. I'm getting things done. But I am not looking far ahead.

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I was interested to hear that the story was inspired by the experiences of the two authors. I was also thrilled to hear that ultimately - at the end of the book - God was pronounced - in passing - to be the top priority of the both main character and his mentor. This was not at all a Christian book, nor was it promoting any particular religion. So I ended the book with a smile on my face.

I'm a firm believer that if you place God first, everything else will fall right into place. My old pastor used to say: God first. Others second. Yourself last. Not 5, because I would have enjoyed more in the way of specific strategies.

For example, last-minute Bob now doesn't wait until the last minute to get gas. I would have enjoyed more of those sort of examples.James Despain. When they eventually discover that there are no meaningful results, they are mystified. Continue shopping. Ken Blanchard's phenomenal bestsellers, such as The One Minute Manager and Raving Fans , have made him a globally recognized business legend. I did then get a long nap to try to compensate, but it certainly wasn't 6 hours, which is what I usually get.

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