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Ideas on how to keep on top of forms?


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Hi 3Dan,

You can also set a reminder on your phone and once the reminder goes off you know it's time to complete a form. You don't have to print off numerous forms you can just print off one for reference and use a blank skeet of paper, word document or journal to record your thoughts. Just use the headings A,B,C, D, E, F depending on what stage of the program you are on.

Let us know what works for you.
 
 
 

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5 years ago 0 eleveno 619 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
Hi 3dan. There is not a definitive method for keeping up with the forms. What works with you is fine. As you already suggested you could print some copies and put them in a binder. You could also carry some copies with you for when you do not have the binder close. Good work!
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5 years ago 0 galianna 65 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
I keep a copy with me. Yes it is difficult to find the right opportunity to use the thought record at work. At the time that it would be best to use the form, it is usually when it is very busy. A couple of times I just scribbled a reminder about the event, then expanded on it later. I have a job where taking 10 minutes to reflect and write notes is a punishable offence.
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5 years ago 0 3dan 3 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo 0
I was wondering if anyone has any ideas how to keep on top of the forms while working a full-time job? Did you print them out and keep a binder and just bring them with you?

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