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Two Tiers in a Bucket: Time Management on Lock Down

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My monthly contribution to Clio’s Small Firm Innovation group blog (on the October theme of ‘time management’) finds me offering a novel analogy for an ancient (and still effective) method of organizing tasks. I think I had the Panama Canal on the brain; I’ve been reading Edmund Morris’ “Colonel Roosevelt”.

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