There is no real improvement without a “check”.
Even on things lacking measurement, a check moves the needle positively.
In the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) loop of continual improvement, check is what makes the difference.
For all that matters to us, we check.
I once built a notoriety for not going over my work after writing a test. I just turned in the work and set out. While it provides a short term adrenaline rush, it was long term stupidity.
Every test in which I did a second check on my answers always saw me having improved grades. There was always an answer or statement that a second look made me wonder how I put down something so wrong.
Planning is important, doing is essential, but checking is what gives life to both. If you make time to check, you will act.
For all that is important to you, build in a check regime.
– Osasu Oviawe