We can break our bad habits by monitoring our performance with a simple checklist, says Sabina Nawaz, an executive coach who works in 26 countries, in an article for Harvard Business Review’s HBR.org website.
Anyone who has read The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right by Atul Gawande won’t be surprised by Nawaz’ assertion that checklists are powerful tools for individual and organizational excellence.
But the checklist she proposes to help us break bad habits, which she calls a “Yes List,” is an incredibly simple device. It can be set up in no more than a couple of minutes...
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