My boss takes time management to a whole new level…
…February?…. this year?… or last?
Those are the kinds of questions I tend not to ask. I’ve found the best approach to take with notes like this is to just slip them in to my desk drawer, turn off my computer and take a long walk. Not only does it clear my head but he’s generally moved on to something new by the time I get back.
Apologies John… couldn’t resist… I have a tendency to ask the questions that will eventually cause some sort of managerial embolism… and then (if I don’t get promoted) I’ll get a new one to play with!
Hahaha this made me laugh!
I can’t even decipher what he really meant. Is it the lack of the leap year though?
Welcome to my nightmare. At least when he asked me to reschedule June I was able to figure out that he meant the person, not the month. I suspect he wanted me to clear his calendar for the month but he’s notoriously brief on details and not an expert on context either.
Just clear out his year and then see what he says.
Well he just needed more time to pick out a valentines present,, so if you switch it with April that might help. You know we women can be, we’ll ask you for the moon and the stars too
February in summer works for me…
If you figure out how to move October, let me know.
These notes are priceless.
maybe he means like a game of pick up sticks. Throw all the appointments in the air and weeeeee! See where they all fall down!
Reblogged this on Performancepoint, LLC..
Reblogged this on mohitschemistry and commented:
I have a stack of post it notes a mile high- did you know they used to be called stick-ums?
I thought I lost a month in there somewhere. Now I know why
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