If you’re visually oriented, using written task lists can feel like trying to force a square painting into a round frame. Don’t fight your instincts — instead, adapt your list-making style to create a system that works for you.
For visual thinkers, seeing isn’t just believing. It’s learning, analyzing, problem solving and more. Instead of struggling with a text-based organization system, embrace your unique outlook to bring more order to your life with a visual to-do list.
There are three steps to making visual to-do lists:
You can make a visual to-do list for any project, but some are especially suited to this organization style. These include:
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