Sometimes it's incredibly difficult to figure out where you need to focus your attention on any given week. You might, for instance, have a huge to-do list but no solid goal other than to get as much done as possible. If you're looking for a little more purpose, founder of gpapps, Dave Lee, has put together a chart to help focus your attention.
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Selling stuff online is a simple way to unload your stuff, but no matter how often you're selling items, it's easy to forget the important details that help ensure a quick sale. Worse, if you don't pay close attention to what you're writing in the description, you might include a few words and phrases that make the listing look like a scam. We've put together a simple checklist to help you avoid those pitfalls and remember the details that count.
Getting ready to travel can be a pain because there's so much to remember. You have to pack, get a ride, figure out when to leave, prepare your itinerary, have your identification ready, and a lot more. To help you avoid the almost inevitable memory loss that comes with holiday preparation, we've put together a printable checklist to ensure you're ready to go.
We told you last week about the 2012 calendar templates for Word. Now its Office siblings Excel and PowerPoint have joined the party with their own free downloadable 2012 designs.
Just voting 1 above the line for your preferred party in the Senate means you don't get to choose your preferences, but filling out all the numbers below the line is fiddly. The Below The Line site comes to the rescue, letting you customise your preferences and print out a guide to take along on voting day.
Have a huge list of to-dos but don't feel like you accomplish enough in any given week? Productivity blog Manage This suggests simplifying your weekly goals by setting out and completing a hat trick of agendas, tasks and delegations.