7 Mar

I’ve never been a big fan of writing lists, but I have grudgingly acknowledged that they can sometimes be of value.

Then I read this: The Checklist Manifesto.

You can get it in hardback, dirt cheap in used paperback, or for your Nook or Kindle.  I don’t care how you get it, but get it and read it.

Not only is it interesting — we’re talking fighter pilots and medicine, David Lee Roth and M&Ms, Walmart and Katrina, that kind of interesting — it will change how you think about checklists.

Trust me on this.  You will thank me.


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