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(2019) Happy Festivities

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Alexandre Antonios
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Hello everybody,

Best wishes to the PP's community as our calendars approach the 2019 switch in approximately two weeks.

For the planners taking christmas as a day off, merry christmas and enjoy the days out! 
For all the others, planning or not, happy festivities as we start reaching the end of 2018!
It's that time of the year where planning comes into effect under the form of relatives and self-enjoyment.

To conclude this financial year, here's a small trivia for you:
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The Glass Perception Test;
A glass is filled with 50% of liquid & a question about perception is addressed to three individuals. 
The optimist says that the glass is half full.
The pessimist says that the glass is half empty.
The planning manager says that the glass is as twice as big as it needs to be!

All the best,
AA

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Alexandre Antonios
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<The "risk" that the "glass" might fall down and be broken (unless it's unbreakable, but still will empty its contents).>

Well said, I cannot believe that I missed that one. Great inspiration from our risk discussion on another thread! 
Happy holidays to you, your loved ones and the rest of Planning Planet - cheers. 

Anoon Iimos
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AA, You might have forgotten that there's always the "risk" that the "glass" might fall down and be broken (unless it's unbreakable, but still will empty its contents). Happy Holidays to you!