You Need a Checklist for Everything!

After building each checklist they're good for life, good for training, and good for managing employees. The most eye-opening should be that tasks never done before can be done perfectly following a checklist. Journeymen would be responsible for callbacks if they thought they were too experienced to follow checklists.

I've wandered off the subject of growing your company lately so would like to get back on track. If you've been following the trend of my articles, you'll have started a process of growth and better profits. Again, I'm not necessarily talking about adding employees, but changing your business practices so the internal structures and systems are growing.

Let's add another system — checklists. If you have a checklist for every job (coupled with Joe Cun

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