Author : Zoe Koch.
Published : Wed, Dec 26 2018 :3 AM.
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Discipline checklists: These checklists contain all the activities that are to be carried out in a step-by-step manner. For instance, you want to invest your money somewhere and want to ensure that there are no mistakes. The checklist contains all the steps that need to be taken in a systematic manner. You need these lists when you want to perform something in a calm state of mind.
Task checklist: A task checklist is used when you do not have much of a judgment, but need to remember a number of things. You should use these lists to write the details of the things to be remembered. These are highly detailed and may contain categories of things. There may be individual groups of objects or lists of different objects under a certain group. For example, you might list up the ingredients required to prepare a certain recipe or the things to carry when you are leaving for work.
People will always tend to forget things like tasks and appointments if they don’t have a certain guideline to follow. And in reality as people, there will always be a limitation to our capability of remembering things. Too much of anything is dangerous, and too much knowledge on something is just as harmful both to us and to people with whom we interact.
Do not forget to mention any details that might be important. If you end up forgetting to include certain items in the checklist, then that kind of defeats the whole purpose, isn’t it? So try to be very cautious while listing items so as to not miss out anything.
You will find lists of new employees, materials to be packed and products scheduled to arrive in these lists. To do lists describe standard business processes. These lists help to list up the activities to be done during a certain time, for instance, items to be packed before an outing.