"Step-by-Step" SLIM Badges

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"Step-by-Step" SLIM Badges

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Step-by-Step SLIM Badges

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Step-by-Step SLIM badges were originally designed to be used as part of our Executive Function Development Programs but are being used for other applications too.  It's all up to you to choose how to apply them!

Step-by-Step icon badges are currently only made for SLIM Wristlists™.  Icon badges (with common applications as described in our Executive Function Development Programs) currently available: 

  • FOCUS
  • RESET (button)
  • Pencil (homework or write it down)
  • Broom (clean up or get organized)
  • Stop-Think-Go
  • Stop-Think-Go-Check (adds a check to ask yourself how your choice worked out and what could have made it better)
  • (the golden) RULE (reminds to treat other how you want to be treated)
  • Big Ship with Little Waves (don't sweat the small stuff, little waves can't slow down a big ship)
  • (Blow out the) Candles Hand (deep breathing technique helping a user to compose themselves)
  • Balloons (another deep breathing technique helping a user to compose themselves)
  • Get Back on Track
  • Sharpen the Saw (prompts to work efficiently, have you sharpened your saw or are you wasting time using a dull tool)
  • Steps (prompts not to have analysis paralysis, just take a step forward then another)
  • NP plan B (No Problem if your first idea didn't work, try something else)
  • Clock (be considerate of the time and things you need to accomplish next)
  • G.U.E.S.S. (acronym that helps with task initiation)
  • Bike (used for goal directed persistence - mastering skills takes time and you may fall but you get back up and stick with it)