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Staying on Track with Team Activity / Posting Requirements

Monday, June 03, 2013

Whle the document included is directed a particular team, it really can be applicable to all - we're all on teams with requirements, whether they be activities, posting, etc. Hopefully, someone will find this useful - if not, well, I'll receive my Blog points for the day
If you're like me, you're having some difficulty remembering what to post and when to post it. Especially, if you're posting to more than one team!

I've created for myself an XLS sheet listing all of my teams with activity and/or reporting requirements - listing such requirements by date. In this way, I'm much less likely to forget to perform an activity and/or to post late.

I'm attaching here a portion of the sheet for the remainder of one particular team challenge (JUNE) as well this week's actual tracker doc (June 2-8)


Spark's LINK function isn't working for me - just copy/paste this URL to access the file.

I have left the document open so that anyone may MAKE A COPY in Google Docs and change the fields to their own purpose. Feel free to contact me directly if you'd like an XLS copy for your use.

It's all about making all of this easier and increasing consistency so we may reach our ultimate health and wellbeing goals.

Ur Spark Neighbor, Dolly

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
PAULA-ZARYA 6/6/2013 6:42AM

    Great idea. I keep what I am doing in a journal as I am not great using chart type things. I am still a paper and pen girl.

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03BFISCHER 6/3/2013 9:38PM

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NORWOODGIRL 6/3/2013 5:30PM

    What does LTGL stand for, Dolly?

My son keeps telling me I need to spend more time with google docs. Guess this is a good place to start!


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