Getting Started – Help
This section will grow so please make sure to check back if you have a question and haven’t been back in a while. If your question isn’t below please email email@example.com so the team can get your query answered and then update this page with the response as well.
I don’t seem to be able to save the pdf worksheets with my answers in them. What do I do?
Please make sure you are downloading the pdfs and opening them in Adobe Reader, not editing them in your browser. Here’s how to do that:
- Click on the link to the pdf in the Ignition website.
- Save the file on your computer
- Download the latest version of Adobe Reader here
- Open the pdf with Adobe Reader and save when you are done.
If you are still having issues please contact support at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am concerned about keeping myself on track OR I am not managing to keep myself motivated – what do I do?
Step 1 – Use a weekly planner. Set aside half an hour each week to celebrate and congratulate yourself on what you achieved last week and to plan what you will get done the next week. Stick to the plan! This will enable you to track your progress, create some accountability and enable you to feel good about moving forward.
Not working? Move on to step 3.
Step 2 – If you have SUPERCHARGED my productivity system head over there to get yourself on track
Step 3 – Hire an Accountability Coach. If you suffer from procrastination (who doesn’t?), difficulty with time management or have real issues sticking with plans hire a coach to help with this. An Accountability Coach acts as a combination of a project manager, productivity coach and will hold you accountable to get this done. You don’t need a Business Coach, you have all the strategy inside Ignition. If your issue is implementation this is going to be your best option.