When I talk about “checklists,” I’m not talking about a page-long list of one-sentence points. Instead, these 3-4 page checklists are more like “mini-blueprints.” That is, you elaborate on each point with explanations, tips, templates and examples for how to do something. Your checklist not only provides the steps of a process, it also provides details on what to do within those steps.
It’s still short enough to print, yet it provides details that are sure to get your customers referring to it again and again. Don’t worry, I’ll show you exactly what to include in each checklist and even give you real examples of checklists that are currently being sold to others using this very system.