All eyes are on Shaun Alexander as he kneels on his living room floor and draws a chalk figure of a man on a small blackboard. Alexander then draws a watch on the man’s wrist, a squiggly line next to him and a staircase in front of him. When he is done, he turns to the young children watching and asks them to name words they can associate with the drawing. “Timing!’’ one shouts. “Yes, timing,’’ Alexander says. “That’s from the watch, right? So, what’s timing?” In unison, the children reply: “Doing things in the right moment.’’

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