Wall Calendar

A wall calendar is a calendar intended for placement on a wall. Wall calendars can serve as reminders of holidays, important events, and company events. They typically consist of a collection of images (one per month) on a given subject. Example subjects include automobiles, wildlife, male or female models, etc. Sizes of wall calendars vary, with 12 inches by 12 inches (305 mm by 305 mm)(closed) being a typical size within the United States. Businesses frequently give wall calendars away for free to customers as promotional merchandise.
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  • Jerry Seinfeld Strategy to end procrastination

    … the key to become a better comedian is to produce better jokes and to produce better jokes you have to write them daily. His advice was to get a giant wall calendar and a red marker and hang the calendar in a place he would see it everyday. Now his task was to make a red X everyday he completed his writing goal. He explained that when you do…

    Marco Moeschter/ Marco Moeschterin Facebook- 10 readers -
  • #41: 3 Lessons I Learned in 2014

    … to move you forward, invite in new opportunities and make you feel fully alive. In my journey to a more meaningful goal-setting experience, I was introduced to Michael Hyatt’s goal setting philosophy. He also believes in starting with the WHY, getting to the root of what we really want and focusing on what matters most. Right now and for the next…

    Amy Porterfield/ Amy Porterfield- 18 readers -
  • 27 Expert Bloggers Share Their Favorite Efficiency Tools

    … notebook and on my wall calendar. So that’s how I keep things organized and I don’t use any other tool, app, site or plugin for that. I do love Buffer though and use it daily to help schedule my tweets since I can’t be everywhere all the time but want to make sure that my followers are able to see the content that I enjoy sharing. David Risley…

    Marc Andre/ ProfitBlitzin Social EMail Blogging- 31 readers -
  • Habits > Hacks

    … that repetitive choices depleted the mental energy of subjects–even if those choices were mundane and/or relatively pleasant. As stated in the Harvard Business Review, if you want to maintain long term discipline, it’s best to: Identify the aspects of your life that you consider mundane — and then ‘routinize’ those aspects as much as possible…

    Gregory Ciotti/ Sparring Mind- 23 readers -
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