Whatever time works for you

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If you really want to be respectful of their time (and you should), your goal is to have them do as little work as possible to get the meeting arranged. . I EXPECT people to say “whatever time works for you”, then I pick. Hi, everyone. How are you? May I ask you a question? Let's say I organize a meetup and I need to ask several people what time is good for. Which is correct here: I am free after 11 and can meet whatever time works for you. alibenyondesigns.com would be able to meet whatever time works for you.

Entrepreneurs: Stop Saying "Let Me Know When Works For You". Vinicius Vacanti,. How To Make It as a First-Time Entrepreneur. Jan. 24, What you actually just said: “Hey, why don't you spend some time going One argument against saying "whatever works for you" is that it. If none of these work, please let me know when you are free and I'll try to We have a strict deadline so I would appreciate it if you could get this to me on time.

Notice what works in this message, whose writer gave me permission to share it with you: Please let me know what time works best for you!. If, on the other hand, I'm trying to say "I don't care what you do" in a polite way ( simply saying that I'm Feel free to do whatever you would like. "what" — what's the difference and when should you use one or the other? Whatever - Any thing (This could also be every thing) Whenever - Any time (This . would mean you want to do this thing (meeting/whatever) at any of the times which are It works, but frequently you might just say, “at your convenience”.