We all need to use checklists more. That’s true even if you’re one of the many people who think checklists are too rigid, too confining.
You won’t feel confined. Knowing you’ll remember everything will free-up the brain space to use your creativity…safely.
Indeed, Atul Gawande’s bestselling book, The ChecklistManifesto shows how checklists improve outcomes in the widest range of endeavors.
My PsychologyToday.com article today offers a five-step process for creating a customized checklist for your important, complicated tasks.