Activities carried out by my client and me that are goal-directed in nature are called ‘tasks’. They can either be broad or specific; however, the key thing to remember is that because of the flexible, pluralistic nature of my approach to therapy, both my tasks as therapist and my client’s tasks are negotiated before being agreed. Many books on CBT describe a plethora of tasks (see Leahy, 2017) and I will focus later in this book on tasks that concentrate on working with attitudes as this is at the heart of how I work (see Chapters 7 and 8).