timeout

Two epic hours at the whiteboard in front of the executive committee assuaging their unfounded fears about disaster recovery and risk management. At last exhausted, the meeting over I sit quietly in the corner of the now dark conference room taking notes of action items. It is cool and quiet with just the empty chairs for company.

A woman walks by and peers in the glass windowed doors of the room, pokes her head in and asks, “Are you in timeout?”

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11 Comments on “timeout”

  1. Haha….timeouts, like that, are GREAT !

  2. Eric Alagan says:

    She does have a gentle sense of humour – otherwise she might have said > you’re early ain’t you (for tomorrow’s meeting)

    • billgncs says:

      ( laughing ) — those conference rooms are hard to get, so we have to start early! But kind humor in the workplace makes it so much better.

  3. Ha! I like her sense of humour!

  4. boomiebol says:

    Ha ha…perfect time out position

  5. Boomie Bol says:

    Ha ha indeed…perfect time out position lol


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