Calling “time-out”

In games of sport a team or player is permitted to call time-outs. It’s designed into the game. Great coaches know how to strategically use time-outs to give their team an advantage. Yet, in the game of life, many of us can sometimes feel like calling a time-out is a sign of weakness or admission of defeat. In this half-hour presentation I suggest we have three different kinds of time-outs at our disposal and three clock management strategies we can employ. It’s part of the “Game On! Play Hurt.” series at IronWorks

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