One day, somehow, some way, I want to earn the right to be called "Your Flexsequency." But MAN it sounds like a lot of work to get there. Thanks Ivan. You've set a new standard, coined a new term, posed a new challenge, and somehow made it sound fun at the same time.
I can see there may be some confusion between "flecksequent" and "flecksequence."
So, a quick hack... you can use "flecksequence" but instead of "T" for "time-to-market" you can use "ce" for "calendar energetics." Obviously, "calendar energetics" is a better way to say time-to-market, and you don't need the hyphens.
Or, if you prefer, you can use "ce" for "cena" which means "dinner" in both Spanish and Italian. And before it's dinnertime, it's "time to (go to the) market." Easy peasy.
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