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711gemstone 6th February 2012 11:38 PM

[Reviewers Wanted] task management program
I am working with several partners on a large online project. One of the principals has created a simple task management program that is very effective for people who have problems getting things done. The market for this is very large and there really is no software program that will work the way this one does. If you follow the simple and quick steps, your productivity will increase (has money-back guarantee.) It does a couple of extra things, simple too, that can have a major impact. In addition to giving away the review copies we will also give one lucky person marketing partnership rights to do a WSO on this forum (we don't have the time and don't want to do WSO's. We are giving away 15 review copies to the first 15 people who will do thefollowing: Write a few lines about your background. Why are you a good marketing partner. Write what you will do to market the WSO and when. If you do well, we may give you rights to other unique products.

Jody Allen

Audrey Harvey 7th February 2012 05:54 PM

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Neat little program, very easy to install and use. I like how it encourages you to limit yourself to 6 tasks a day; that makes you seriously think about what's most important. I'm guilty of making a to do list that's two pages long and it is discouraging when there aren't many items that get crossed off.

I think this program would improve productivity and leave you feeling good at the end of the day by making your to do list achievable and by giving you the satisfaction of completing everything on it.

rr1455 7th February 2012 07:33 PM

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I like you idea of the program. I do consulting and could use this myself as well as some of
my clients. I live in Scottsdale AZ. I am 65 years old and have done many business over my life. Looking forward to reviewing your program.

Entrecon 7th February 2012 07:40 PM

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I would love to try this program. I have tried all kinds of programs like GTD and Franklin Covey and none of them have quite clicked. If your system works for me it will work for a lot of people!

Wordpress Guy 7th February 2012 10:36 PM

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Please check my PM. Interesting program that I'd love to review

bettersocial 9th February 2012 08:21 AM

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Jody, I'm not interested in being a partner here, but would LOVE to review your product.

I've been on something of a mission to propel productivity as much as possible. I've tried pretty much every productivity tool and technique online - iDoneThis, ActionMachine, the Pomodoro technique, et al. I would love to take a look at something new in this field that can trump my current set-up.

Entrecon 9th February 2012 10:04 PM

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This is a nice little program, but it could use a little work.

Conceptually it is all there and I can see where it would give focus and also keep a certain level of motivation going because you are compelled to think about accomplishments.

From a programming standpoint, the fact that is is a stand-alone EXE without an install package some people are going to "lose" the program because it doesn't get installed on the Start menu. I like the simplicity of the program and not more design than needed, but some things don't seem like they have the correct spacing. Everything works correctly, so for $17 most people will be happy with the product.

I was a little frustrated that it didn't save any of my information within the product, I had to save it out to another file. When I go in on the 2nd or 3rd day I need to re-enter everything and I only have the other output to look back on.

All and all I would say that this will be an effective tool for a lot of people and is worth the price.

bullywebconsultant 1st April 2012 07:30 AM

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Would love a review copy. I'm currently using a corporate project management self hosted script, but I find that it lacks in task management. I'll give you an honest review.

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