I'm a beginner long range shooter, and I'm doing my best to self-teach myself and validate everything on the range and in the field. I've read everything I can get my hands on with respect to marksmanship (what I'm talking about here is the entire process from setting up my rifle to pulling the trigger). I find that I'm checking all sorts of important aspects of the shot before pulling the trigger from proper position / alignment to sight picture to cheek weld to breathing, etc., but I never seem to do it the same way or in the same order. This leads me to second guess myself a lot of times. Does anyone have a mnemonic device or some sort of acronym I can memorize so it becomes more rule based? I'd like to get to the point where each shot is systematic. Meaning, I'm checking everything the same way and in the same order every time. Any help or advice on what works for you is much appreciated.