Don't Say I Never Told You E-Templates

There are over 40 e-templates to help you move forward. I am providing six of the e-templates to give you a sample of the content in the book. Book owners will find a link on how to purchase all of the e-templates. The link is at the back of certain sections.

Personal Baggage Checklist

From the time we enter this world, we develop traits and habits that will limit our potential. We will always be running with a few cylinders misfiring unless we fully understand our behaviour patterns and their impact on those around us. It is important to understand that to function well you do not have to have handled all of your personal baggage; the key is the awareness of your weaknesses.

Comparing Competing Job Offers Checklist

Always remember that the interviewer will have over sold the job.  You need to make sure the next organisation is going to be a better fit, or at least part of your proposed career journey.

The Six Types of Friends Checklist

Having done some research I believe there are six types of friends:

  • Your ‘bury the body for’ friends (I will explain later)

  • Your ‘hobby’ friends

  • Your ‘mentor’ friends

  • Your ‘love to see you kiss, kiss’ energizer friends

  • Your friends from work

  • Your friends from your distant past

The key is to have balance and to rekindle some friendships you have left unattended.

A Date Screening Checklist

With a good profile you will attract more wo/men that you might be interested in so you need to screen them with a checklist so you should only engage in conversation with those above a certain score, and only go out on a date with those with an even higher score.

Finding a Mentor Checklist

Only the foolish venture forward, without having a mentor supporting them, from behind the scenes. In business, many costly failures could have been averted if advice had been sought from a trusted and wise mentor.  The key is the selection (and use) of your mentor/adviser and realizing that just because you have asked once, this does not preclude a second or third request for help.

First Home Property Checklist - Know what you want

Only the foolish venture forward, without having a mentor supporting them, from behind the scenes. In business, many costly failures could have been averted if advice had been sought from a trusted and wise mentor.  The key is the selection (and use) of your mentor/adviser and realizing that just because you have asked once, this does not preclude a second or third request for help.

 

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