|Of course they should pay you! Not just for a time management course, but general consultation.|
Cindy the Three Dog Tracker & the Three Dogs:
Melanie...Border Collie mix
Reka, RN...Norsk Elghund
--- On Mon, 11/15/10, Paula McCartney <paulabbc@...> wrote:
LOL. For a price, I'll come teach all their designers a time management course - I bet I would do it cheaper than Franklin. ;) Maybe then they'll know the difference....
In His Grip,
"For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." 2 Timothy 1:7
From: Cindy Cozad-Rudinger <zadrud1@...>
Have they never been to a time management seminar? Calendars are for events, not tasks.
Great point! Maybe Yahoo should hire you.
--- On Mon, 11/15/10, Paula McCartney <paulabbc@...>
I use the Calendar - and I would like it to be in a tab with mail instead of a separate tab.I ditched the task list, however. Total waste. Most of my tasks are repeating tasks (like create agendas every Monday), and Yahoo tasks don't let you set repeating tasks. Some brilliant soul suggested I put them on the calendar. I'm sorry, I am Franklin/Covey trained. Tasks don't belong on calendars! I use Remember the Milk instead (www.rememberthemilk.com) because I can set recurring tasks and sync it with my Palm Pre using a Homebrew app called Cloud Tasks.
I guess I don't understand Palm [who, btw, did it right until their very last upgrade before the WebOS came out], Yahoo,
Google and all these other folks who want you to put recurring tasks on a Calendar. Have they never been to a time management seminar? Calendars are for events, not tasks.