- Tue Dec 15, 2020 10:52 am
If that works for you, menkenj, then that's great! At Powerscore we never take that grid approach, but some people like it, and you have to do what works for you. My first thought about using the grid here is that I don't like the idea of putting C and P together in one box - that feels a little cluttered to me, and maybe difficult to read as I am trying to move quickly through the questions. But our suggestions are just that, and all we can hope for is that they prove helpful to you along the way as you go about figuring out your own method for getting it done.
Adam M. Tyson
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