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Transcript of Daily Checklist
"Ye must not perform any thing unto the Lord save in the first place ye shall pray unto the Father in the name of Christ...that thy performance may be for the welfare of thy soul." - 2 Nephi 32:9 Login to Facebook as soon as you can and leave a quick wall post. Make sure it is something that can get a conversation going. Submit a story from the community or a recent personal experience to the online assistants for the mission blog. Take some time and look at other missionaries blogs for ideas on your own. Review mormon.org Check MBM Online for updates and new information. Work on your next blog post. You may not be publishing a post every day, but you can start typing the next one. Log on to your blog and check your stats to see which posts have been seen and what your traffic sources are. Invite people you’ve recently met in your area i.e. less-actives, investigators, members you had dinner with last night… Invite people to follow your blog, the mission blog, or other missionaries blogs. Check notifications/messages and respond accordingly See who on Facebook you can chat with or send messages to less-actives/investigators to start a conversation Remember, be cautious of who you add and what you confirm. You will always be using your time wisely if you are focused on your purpose to invite others to come unto Christ. Remember...