The American School Counselors had a book club and read and discussed this book online. I did not read it with them for some unknown reason, but I am reading this book now.
The topic of this blog, however, is about shipping on time. When I started this blog, I promised myself that I would write once a week. I made the promise because I was tempted to write once an hour and I thought that seemed a bit much. I notice today that I haven't written since July 22. While it is probably true that I have not been greatly missed, I want to say that what I have learned from Linchpin that you should always "ship on time." If you start a project and set a deadline to yourself or others, you should always keep it. Whether the project is ready for the public or not, it goes out the door. I need to say that I was very happy with the last post I wrote and wanted to let it stand a little longer. I have made a mistake by not writing. This post is to set myself back in good standing with myself and my writing. Seth would want me to ship. (I feel we are on a first name basis.)
I am bringing my emotional art to my work.