You’ve heard it a million times. Checklists make everything in business (and life) run more smoothly.

You wouldn’t dream of heading off on vacation without a packing checklist.

Smart car owners know the value of a maintenance checklist.

Great cooks follow tried and true recipes (which are little more than checklists) to create mouth-watering dishes.

Even children understand–and appreciate–the simple checklists that make up their daily routines.

Whether you’re invoicing a client, building a website, or uploading a YouTube video, a checklist makes the task faster and less prone to mistakes. And when you’re in business for yourself, you understand the value of your time–not to mention the high cost of even tiny mistakes.

Imagine what might happen if you invoice that client for the wrong amount? Or neglect to include a critical plugin to your new website? Time wasted, dollars lost, and all because you didn’t have a simple checklist to follow.

Here’s the thing: for any business process you or your team does more than one time, you absolutely must have a checklist. It’s just good business sense.
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