Home Contact Us Site Map
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Results 1 - 8 of 8 for wall calendar. (0.28 seconds)
Search results

3 Easy Ways To Brand Your Small Business Name by Adam K
... Most people donít staple your business card to the wall, but a good-looking calendar can be in front of a customer 365 days a year. When buying promotional items, think about the things you use often. Try to be different too, if you give out pens use high quality ones, not a cheap one that will get thrown away. 3. If you canít tell the world about your small business, at least tell your neighbor. Look at your local market first. For the cost of putting your name in front of every person in ...

Corporate Gift Ideas by Amit Kumar
... Pen sets, pads and other stationary Calendars and diaries are an all time favorite items in the corporate gifts list. Computer accessories include CDs, CD holders, mouse pads, and keyboard and computer dusters. Desktop accessories include envelope openers, paper cutters, penholders, clips, business card holders, clip holders, rulers, highlighters and calculators. Travel kits and tote bags Beach balls, Frisbees, kick balls, game sets, yo-yos etc., can also be given as corporate gifts.

New Year's Resolutions, The "Word" and a Small Business Retreat by Sandra Martini
... Personally, I use a large write-on/wipe off wall calendar so I can see the whole year at a glance. This allows me to easily see what Iíve planned. I also use colored stickers to label different types of days: profit generating, business building, vacation and holidays. This allows me to know whatís planned on any given day. Itís not takes time and effort to know where I want to be 12 months from now, so I start with some basics. * HolidaysI take the major ones off.

Getting Your Kids Organized for School in 5 Quick Steps by Sara Pedersen
... Teach them to manage their tasks with the use of simple lists or a planner/calendar of some sort. Office supply stores sell ones with cute kid- friendly designs, or use computer lists (or even PDAs) for techie kids. When they learn of upcoming assignments, tests, or events, they should write them down in their planners. 5. Encourage color coding. Color affects our mood and memory. Let kids pick the colors of their folders and notebooks to correspond to different classes.

Are You Where You Want To Be? 5 Steps To Help You Get There by Sandra Martini
... Personally, I use a large write-on/wipe off wall calendar so I can see the whole year at a glance. This allows me to easily see what Iíve planned. I also use colored stickers to label different types of days: profit generating, business building, vacation and holidays. This allows me to know whatís planned on any given day. Itís not takes time and effort to know where I want to be 12 months from now, so I start with some basics. * HolidaysI take the major ones off.

Organization, the Key to Success by Michelle Dunn
... You can even get some that hang on the wall for more available desk space. Once you have these items, you will want to put all your ďstuffĒ in piles of ďlikeĒ items. All your mailing items together, envelopes, stamps, address labels etc and put them in one container. Put all your bills in another, once you do this, you will have a bunch of containers in front of you with all of your work items in them. Then you can put them anywhere in your office, when your like items are grouped together ...

31 Ways to Promote Your Book in March During Small Press Month by Brent Sampson
... They're likely to write up something if enough authors contact them, and you will want to be among the piles of information they have received: THE NEW YORK TIMES: 229 W 43rd Street, New York NY 10036-3959 (212) 556-1234 USA TODAY: 1000 Wilson Blvd, Arlington VA 22209-3901 (703) 276-3400 and 535 Madison Avenue, 20th Fl, New York NY 10022-4212 (212) 715-5410 WALL STREET JOURNAL: 200 Liberty Street, New York NY 10281-1003 (212) 416-2000 WASHINGTON POST: 1150 15th Street NW, Washington DC ...

How to Experience a Lucid Dream by David Slone
... I walked over to a calendar on the wall and I read the text describing a New England farm house. I turned to another man there and said, "You see? You can read text in a dream!" I turned back to the calendar to read again and found that the words had completely changed. That amazed me and I commented to the other man about it. Next I walked over to a desk and found a calculator. I added and subtracted numbers and came up with correct answers. Yes, you can read text and perform mathematics ...