Vertical To-Do Lists
Few of us think in rigid sequence and that's why varying the format of your to-do list can make it more useful.
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Traditionally, any list we make usually starts at the top-left corner, going right and down. But we don’t think in sequence.
Varying the format can make a list far more useful.
Start in the center of a page and write items in spatial relation to one another, so that you create clouds of related tasks; draw a Venn diagram for party invitees so you can note how people will interact.