When is everyone most likely to be at work? Go to www.timeanddate.com to find out.
Let's say Mike is in Miami, Peter is in Paris, Larry is in London, and they all need to discuss an
important business decision with Marcus in Managua. Go to www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html and
enter the various cities. The website will then produce a table of rows and columns that shows you
the local time in each city. Each cell in the table is color-coded as follows:
RED represents nighttime or normal sleeping hours.
YELLOW represents the second half of the day, when people are awake but not necessarily at work.
GREEN represents the first half of the day, when most people are at work.
Search the table for the rows where most or all of the colors are green. You'll then know the best time to schedule your meeting.