2011 calendar

All our 2011 calendar templates are Adobe PDF formatted and instantly downloadable. Simply download and print. Add in your own plans and projects. Print as you need. Bookmark this site for when you need more calendar templates.

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2011 calendar monthly
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2011 calendar monthly (US Size)
2011 calendar monthly (A4 Size)

This 2011 calendar comes in a Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Download to your hard drive
and open and print. All you need to do is add in your own details, dates and projects.

How to use your 2011 calendar:

These calendar templates come in 2 sizes: European (A4) and US sizing which is about 5.5 inches by 8.5 inches. Just choose the size you need and then print out your calendar. And by the way, make sure to tell your friends about this site too by ‘sharing’ us on Facebook or Google Plus!

This particular calendar template starts December 2010 and finishes December 2011. This calendar comes unzipped as a simple Adobe PDF containing 13 pages, 1 month on every page. This is the full year for 2011.

“Day, n. A period of twenty-four hours, mostly misspent.”
— Ambrose Bierce.

Today’s printable calendar tip:

“The Discipline Of Reading”

One of the marks of the professional, and professionalism is a state of mind, is that he has a library in his field. If you are in sales, you should have a library of sales books. You should be reading at least one hour per day in sales, one book per week, 50 books per year.

You should be a consistent, persistent student of your craft. You should know more about the field of selling than anybody within 500 miles does. You should set a goal to become so knowledgeable about your field that you would be able to give advanced classes in your profession within a few years.

With this idea as your guiding star, you will find yourself learning and remembering far more than you would if you were just browsing through the material.

Should you buy hardcover books or softcover books? I recommend that you purchase any book, of either kind, that can help you. Some books cost $20 to $30. The average person complains that he can’t afford such a book. The superior person recognizes that the information contained in that book can save him a year or two of hard work.

Remember, it may take an author 10 to 20 years to learn his subject. It may take him two to three years to write a book on it. It then may take one to two years to get the book published. By paying a few dollars for a book, you probably are getting the results of 20 or 25 years of effort by one of the smartest people in your field.

Never scrimp on your education. It is one of the most damaging things you could ever do.

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