Get your ideas air time as the week begins, preferably in front of a crowd -- at a meeting, say, rather than a one-on-one. That way you get lots of input -- and credit. Around Wednesday and Thursday, you may have the facts and figures down, but the human element demands consideration, too. How will your audience respond? Are there personalities involved? What's the best format? Collaborations look fruitful from Friday through most of the weekend. Work with someone whose skills and style complement your own and have fun doing it. On Sunday, keep your schedule flexible.
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