I am a captain at my club, and although I fulfil this role enthusiastically, I am undermined by a severe case of short term memory loss. For example, last year I left a scorebook on the roof of my car and drove off, to be later informed by the head groundsman that I was a silly billy, as he was now picking the remains of the book up out of the A2. I have also left the equivalent amount of cricket equipment required to start a shop, at various grounds around the county. Finally, I often forget that I have taken on positions at mt club, so then gladly accept more positions to the point where I will now struggle to leave the club at all this summer. Can you help?
I suggest you employ a second in command who can follow round behind you and pick up any debris you leave in your wake. Suggest this to your committee. A word of advice though - don't accept the position if they offer it to you 1st.