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Set Checkpoints

When you set a 3-month goal, check in after one month to see how you’re doing. If you haven’t made progress or your goal progress is too slow, don’t worry about it! 

A checkpoint is designed to correct your mistakes and get back on track. That way you don’t wind up at your deadline and realize you haven’t made any progress.

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