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Postby trinitybrown » Mon Dec 01, 2008 2:02 am

Sorry i never had any experience with it, but i can suggest you to think upon the pros and cons of s/w before using it
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Postby rodgerc » Mon Jan 05, 2009 6:01 pm

I'm a bit late to the discussion, but you might want to try out Achieve Planner...

I'm a bit biased ( :D ) but I think it's well suited for internet marketers and people working from home.

You can see more in this quick tour...

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Postby Mel » Wed Jan 28, 2009 6:13 pm

I'm always trying new gadgets to help me stay organized. The one I'm currently using is Rainlender, - free and I can set event reminders, to-do lists and it has a calendar.

So far, it works well.
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Postby Juliawilliams » Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:02 am

Well i never heard about this software and i don't have any experience with it so can't suggest you anything but make it sure that it will work for you before buying it
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Postby AlexNewell » Thu Feb 12, 2009 10:06 am

Thanks to all the people in this thread who have given so many ideas.

I use the concept of the Success Six - the story of Ivy Lee I picked up from Mike Litman.

I usually jot the six items on a white board - in the form of a mind map.

Works well - but of course there's no calendar function!

I've downloaded the rainlander app - I'll give that a go.

I have used Mozilla Sunbird - it is my favourite price ( free) but I found it a tad clumsy to use.

All The Best
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Postby lisaw » Thu Feb 12, 2009 10:31 am

Don't forget Remember the Milk. It's web-based and free. :)
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Postby goaskmom » Wed Feb 18, 2009 2:45 pm

I love software, but it's not as portable as I need for it to be - can't take it into the kitchen or out in the yard - much less to the supermarket.

I've gone back to using an index card system modeled after the one touted in Side Tracked Home Executives. I have all my work tasks and my household chores on colored index cards. I also have several 'prayer cards', and a card to make sure I put on makeup :lol: and take my vitamins.

The cards are colored - pink for daily chores, yellow for weekly, green for monthly. I make a special to do list card for each day in orange. And I have a shopping list card. I don't do the cards in order - I keep shuffling them throughout the day to make it more interesting.

Strange system - but it works for me.
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Postby Katysmith » Fri Jun 05, 2009 3:36 am

Yup you should buy it as it helps you in daily work
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