Just Another Tick Box Exercise?

Managing our way through the vast challenges of progress towards our goals can be chaotic and overwhelm us. This sense of disorder creates confusion where progress is hard to see. To keep on track, create a sense of momentum, however small, to bring sense and structure to the chaos writing and leaning on a simple tick-box to-do list can take your chances of making errors from the ninetieth percentile to zero!


When offered the structure of a tick-box exercise dismiss it at the expense of your performance goals. A tick-box exercise can be the difference between staying on track to success or being forever lost in failure.


You're mind forgets, and misinterprets with too much certainty for you to ever believe that you can be better without one.

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