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Final Version FAQs > Basic System > What do I do if I can't do the first task on the list?

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If you have a valid reason for not doing the first task on the list, such as wrong time, bad weather, preconditions not met, etc., then delete it and re-enter it at the end of the list. Then move onto the new first task.

If you find that you have so much resistance to doing the task that you can’t bring yourself to do it, then just delete it without re-entering it. It’s better to accept that you can’t do it and make alternative arrangements on that basis, than to keep delaying it.

Last updated on April 28, 2012 at 22:54 by Mark Forster