Evaluating Your Errors

  • For a day, keep a tally of all the errors you make, big or small. 
  • For each of the errors, write the consequence. 
  • At the end of the day, write down one thing for each that you could have done to avoid the problem.
  • Commit to coaching yourself, to being coached, and to coach others. 
  • Evaluate yourself.

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