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"Success comes from creating interesting thinkers who can encourage synergy and be creative." If you want more on how to be an incredible leader, check this out: http://bit.ly/1D966iB
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Pop quiz! How do you avenge the workplace? http://bit.ly/1FXMlLB
Avengers Assemble—it's a personality quiz! The Avengers have stood the test of time—and overcome ins...
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At GQueues, we love improv and volleyball. What team building activities do you pursue outside of work? http://linkd.in/1FXPRWo
Against my better judgment, I decided to participate on my firm’s Dragon Boat racing team for a local charity event. Despite my reluctance, we had a wonderful time and it was a great time for many team members to bond and spend time face-to-face. I’m so glad that I decided to participate and I want to share with you the top ten things I learned from this event. Getting out of your comfort zone can be fun and is good for you. Even though we know ...
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Are you looking for a way to do more with what you have? Read how one successful ‪#‎accounting‬ firm used GQueues to improve ‪#‎productivity‬ and deliver higher quality service: http://bit.ly/1yOfa05 ‪#‎tasks‬ ‪#‎smb‬ ‪#‎casestudy‬
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New perspectives make progress possible. #switchitup
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We recently interviewed Darcy Morgan, CCO of Enerjet on how GQueues has benefited his organization. It's a must-read if you're looking to boost accountability within your team members and improve productivity: http://bit.ly/GQaccountability
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Need a better way to plan? Smart Queues helps you track what's due & when: http://bit.ly/SmartQueues
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+Jacob Floyd thanks for letting us know! This was a mishap - correct post up shortly! 
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Letting go of what's not working, helps you do more of what is. #productivity #prioritize
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#tbt... it's timeless advice. http://onion.com/1FXIbU9
WASHINGTON, DC—The groundbreaking research found that by simply sitting down and doing work, employees can dramatically increase their output of goods and services.
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Have you played around with our #Android updates? :) http://bit.ly/1y5B4LX
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It pays to say yes! http://entm.ag/1y5Bx0H
'Yes' opens doors, changes worlds and tells the universe you're open for business.
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GQueues is the leading Google-integrated task manager for people and teams.
Introduction
In December 2008, I was grasped by a desire to live a more fulfilling life. I wanted to get more out of what I put into work, and have more energy to focus on what's really important to me. To reach my goals, I decided that it was time to get organized. In a big way.

I set out to find an online task manager that was powerful enough to help me stay organized, yet simple enough to not slow me down. Most tools I tried either had too many features that were not intuitive, or lacked the functionality I needed to stay on track.

So I decided I would build a new online task manager with two guiding principles:

  1. The app would integrate with existing Google products whenever possible, taking advantage of tools I already used and knew quite well.

  2. The app must be really easy to use - every feature must be simple and intuitive.

Since the initial launch in January 2009 GQueues has grown as a product based on feedback from the community of GQueues users. With every new feature added, I strive to make the app more powerful while still remaining simple. Most importantly, I believe listening to users will always keep GQueues moving in the right direction.