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(idiomatic) Proceeding as planned, as expected, or in a manner consistent with an established pattern.
(idiomatic) On a well-defined promotion path in an organisation, usually tenure.
Over time, financial situations change - a new job, home purchase, wedding expenses, extensive car repairs, etc. Revising plans that are no longer feasible will keep you on track to your goal.
Organizing checklists are, by their very nature, an invaluable tool to keeping you on track to your goals.
It's just that I got derailed and I need to get on track.
Use the following checklist to keep you on track for the big day!
The Dawkins Ray wasn't on track for as long as it should have been; first Mason, then Radford scored maiden podiums.
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